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Everything You Need to Know About Modification of Child Custody Decrees
In Texas, courts intend for their child custody decrees to work in the best interest of the child. However, sometimes circumstances change as time passes after your hearing. That’s why we created a free resource to help you understand how and when child custody decrees can be modified. Our free resource includes:
- Info about Texas-specific terminology related to child custody
- Clarity on what “best interest of the child” means
- How parents can seek to modify custody
- What to do if the child tells the judge he/she wants a change
- And much more!
To get your copy of our free resource, Modification of Child Custody Decrees, enter your email below. If you have further questions or want to schedule a consultation, please contact Attorney Bobby Barina.