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February 2018 Archives

What happens if I need to move out of state with my child?

If you are a divorced Texas parent who has residential custody of your child, you may be surprised to learn that should your employer transfer you to another state, you cannot relocate without a judge’s permission. So says Section 153 of the Texas Family Code if your parenting plan and/or divorce degree contains a geographical restriction. Many Texas decrees and plans have one that specifies how far away you can move from where you presently reside.

Gaslighting: How it can destroy your marriage

Not every marriage is happy, as you know. Some couples may have significant disagreements or may have simply drifted apart. Many other marriages in Texas, however, are torn apart by abuse. At the Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway, we have seen the devastating effects both emotional and physical abuse can have on relationships, which can contribute to the cycle of abuse when children are involved.

Do you have to go to court to decide who has custody when?

Whether you are divorcing your spouse or the two of you have never married, resolving the issue of child custody in the Lone Star State does not have to be bigger just because it is in Texas. Kids are not immune to underlying tension, so anything you can do to settle custody amicably is in their best interests. 

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