Child Custody

Child Support

Mediation

The state’s Child Support Laws safeguard the rights and interests of the party’s children in the midst of a divorce or custody case. Under Texas law, either or both parents may be ordered to support a child until he/she turns eighteen or graduates from high school. In a majority of the cases, the individual who does not have primary possession/custody of the child is obligated to pay child support.

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Mediation

Mediation

Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution intended to help parties reach a settlement through a neutral third-party instead of a judge. Mediation can be voluntarily arranged by the spouses or required in response to a court order. It doesn’t typically apply to an uncontested matter.

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Paternity

Paternity

For unmarried couples, establishing paternity is a crucial step towards creating a legal relationship between a father and his child. It makes the child eligible for support and such benefits as health insurance, Social Security and Veteran Survivor benefits. Additionally, legal paternity also secures the father's parental rights in the event of a separation between the couple. The services of an Experienced Dallas Paternity Lawyer are indispensable in protecting the rights of both mothers and fathers in child custody, support and visitation cases.

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Grandparents

Grandparents

You don't have automatic visitation rights on account of being a Grandparent. Visitation may be granted in certain circumstances, such as when the grandchild's parent is deceased or his/her; if a parent is incarcerated; or if the grandchildren are in immediate danger owing to abuse, alcohol or drugs. A Grandparents Rights Plano Attorney can investigate these issues to embark on the most appropriate course of legal action.

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Child Custody Modification

Child-Custody-Modification

A Child Custody Order is not fixed or unchangeable; life's events or changes in circumstances that are no longer in the child's best interest, serve as a basis for custody modification. Brian Andrade provides passionate legal counsel and personalized attention to clients seeking to modify existing orders or secure the rights they obtained in the initial order.

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Protective Orders

Protective-Orders

Divorces can be stressful. An initiation of divorce can sometimes cause parties to resort to domestic violence. In some other cases, one of the spouses may make exaggerated or false claims on the same. Either way, our Plano protective order lawyer can help, whether it is to have a protective order issued or a false order revoked.

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Visitation Rights

Visitation-Rights

Couples going through a divorce or who want to make modifications in their current visitation order can seek the assistance of a Plano child visitation lawyer. According to the Texas Family Code, the
public policy allows each parent to enjoy continual and frequent visits with their kids, provided they have shown that they can work in the best interest of the child/children.

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Adoption

Adoption

An official adoption is where the duties and rights of the biological parents of the child in question are terminated and transferred to the adopting parents. An adoption can be a wonderful time, where a new member comes into the family. However, the adoption process has many complexities, all of which require attention to the details that the court requires to complete the process. This is where a Plano adoption lawyer can assist you.

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Special Needs Children

Special Needs Children

Whenever child custody and support comes up for discussion, the needs of children with disabilities should be given the highest attention. The court, the parents and the lawyers should ensure that special needs children can have a stable lifestyle even after the divorce or family separation. There are many issues involved like ensuring continued finance for medications, visits to the doctor, payment of medical costs and even transportation. Sometimes, the requirements of care for a child with a disability will require the primary care giver to spend almost all their time with the child.

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