The state of Texas refers to sole custody, also known as full custody, as sole managing conservatorship. There are very limited circumstances where a judge will agree to grant one parent full custody in Texas but it is possible. Sole managing conservatorship may or may not be necessary depending on your goals.
The state of Texas presumes that both parents will be named as joint managing conservators, meaning both parents will share the rights and responsibilities for the child. These responsibilities, among other parental duties, will be outlined in detail by the court. However, one parent may still be granted the right to exclusively make decisions for the child in this case.
One thing to keep in mind about JMCs is that they do not automatically insinuate that both parents will split their time equally with the child. These custody and visitation rights are outlined in a separate visitation order known as a standard possession order (SPO).
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If you think the other parent is unfit, speak to our child custody lawyer. Your child’s safety and well-being are at risk, so you need to move forward and take action quickly.
Have things changed since you’ve divorced? Are you looking to do one of the following regarding your Child Custody / Support Arrangement?
Child support and custody parenting plans can be modified, post-judgement; however, they must meet specific criteria. Contact us to explore your options and see how we can help you. Remember, this is something that while you may even agree with your ex-spouse, to make it legally binding, we need to submit the proper paperwork to the court and get it approved.
The attorneys at Kimbrough Legal can answer all your post-judgment questions. Even after judges have ruled, there may be post-judgment motions. Once the case has been finalized, anything after that point is referred to as post-judgment. These are generally modifications for child custody concerns, visitation rights, spousal or child support. If you have misgivings regarding Texas post-judgment motions, it is crucial to contact a specialized family law attorney for legal advice. After having gone through the lengthy divorce process, it can be difficult to face the need for a post-judgment attorney. We understand completely. Kimbrough Legal is available to support and protect clients long-term.
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Kimbrough Legal has helped hundreds of clients with their family law needs and goals. We will guide you step by step through the issues that must be addressed in divorce – including property division, alimony and spousal support, child custody and visitation, and child support – and will carefully and compassionately explain the divorce process, develop strategies to meet your needs, and discuss possible outcomes with you.
Don’t get divorced without the guidance of legal counsel. Protect your legal rights before and after separation by speaking with lawyers who can provide legal advice specific to your situation. We can help you protect your future and plan for a new beginning.
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