IMPORTANT CASE RESULT RE: RELOCATION/MOVE BACK REQUESTS


LATEST CASE IMPORTANT RESULT, PLEASE READ   Issue: Residence restriction/ Move-Back request! Facts: H and W divorced in Tarrant County in 2013. W awarded custody of the two small boys, residence restricted to Tarrant and Dallas Counties. However, the Decree ALSO contained the standard paragraph stating that the residence restriction is removed and lifted if the Non Custodial parent moves out of the restricted area (!). H, not expecting W to be moving, relocated to an area outside the restricted area. [ ] The post IMPORTANT CASE RESULT RE: RELOCATION/MOVE BACK REQUESTS appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..
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Announcing– New Fort Worth Location coming soon


I am pleased to announce that, due to demand in Tarrant County, I plan to open an office this summer in downtown Fort Worth. This will be in addition to my office in Plano and I will see clients in both locations. If you re in or around Fort Worth and would like to consult with me, just give my office staff a call. Thanks! -Jon R. Boyd The post Announcing New Fort Worth Location coming soon appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..
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Why Should I Hire a McKinney Father’s Rights Lawyer?


If you are unhappily married, one of the most difficult decisions you will ever make is the decision to end your marriage. Deciding to pursue a divorce is a highly personal decision that only you can make for yourself. Of course, your spouse could also make the decision to end your marriage, in which case the decision is effectively made for you. Whether you make the decision, or your spouse, if divorce is imminent it is time to start thinking [ ] The post Why Should I Hire a McKinney Father s Rights Lawyer? appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..
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Frisco Child Custody Attorney Explains Possession and Access


When the parents of a minor child do not live together for one reason or another, it becomes necessary to establish who has custody of the child and how visitation with the child will work. In the State of Texas, the terms “custody” and “visitation,” however, are not used. Instead, the terms “conservatorship” and “possession and access” are used in place of the terms custody and visitation. If you are in a position where possession and access of your minor [ ] The post Frisco Child Custody Attorney Explains Possession and Access appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..
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Frisco Divorce Lawyer Explains Mediation


No one enters into a marriage expecting it to end in divorce; however, about half of all first marriages do come to an end. When that happens, the legal process of divorce follows the decision to end the marriage. Ideally, the terms of the divorce can be agreed upon by the parties without the need for costly and time consuming litigation. When it becomes apparent to the court that the parties are not making any noticeable headway negotiating some (or [ ] The post Frisco Divorce Lawyer Explains Mediation appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..
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The Texas Divorce Process — What You Need to Know to Get Started


If you have come to the difficult conclusion that your marriage is coming to an end, the next step is to prepare yourself for the divorce process. The process of divorce can be relatively simple and amicable, or it can be extremely complex and adversarial. While a number of factors will determine the tenor of your divorce, the attitude of the parties involved will be the most important of those factors. Given the highly personal nature of a divorce, it [ ] The post The Texas Divorce Process What You Need to Know to Get Started appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..
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