Modifying Prior Orders

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Court order waiting to be modified for child custody

Find Out How to Modify a Court Order for Child Custody in Texas

It’s not uncommon for parents to want to modify an existing child custody order. After all, life circumstances can change, and the original arrangement between parents may not work for all parties anymore. If you want to change a court order to help restore the relationship with your child, you should know a few things …

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How to Modify a No Contact Order in Texas

In Texas, a no contact order prohibits an abuser, such as an ex-spouse, from having any contact with their victim. The order is designed to create clear boundaries for the offender, but sometimes the person will intentionally or unintentionally violate the order. If there is a pattern of violations, you should consider taking legal action …

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