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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Do I Need a Plano Divorce Lawyer If I Want to Move the Kids Out of State?


When the parents of a minor child get divorced in the State of Texas a parenting plan is created that dictates how parenting time with the child will be allocated and how the parental responsibilities relating to the child will be divided post-divorce. Unlike most other “final judgments,” however, the terms of a divorce decree are frequently litigated after the fact because one parent wishes to modify the terms. If you are the primary caretaker of a minor child in [ ] The post Do I Need a Plano Divorce Lawyer If I Want to Move the Kids Out of State? appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..
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Do I Need a Texas Divorce Lawyer If I Want to Move Out of State with the Kids?


When the parents of minor children decide to end their marriage in the State of Texas a number of important issues are addressed during the ensuing divorce process. Among those issues are things such as custody and visitation (referred to as “conservatorship” and “possession and access” in  Texas), child support, and which parent will be responsibility for health insurance and covering out of pocket medical expenses. While the terms of a divorce decree certainly provide a roadmap to help the parents continue to co-parent the children immediately following the divorce, circumstances can change in the years that follow. A well written decree will make an effort to anticipate the possibility of a change in circumstances; however, sometimes circumstances change dramatically enough that the terms of the divorce decree are insufficient to address the situation. If, for example, you have primary possession of your children and you now wish to move out of state you are likely wonderi
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