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MILITARY DUTY AND CONSERVATORSHIP - Does a designated person have rights? If you are a person who will be deployed as part of your military service, a designated person means the person ordered by the Court to temporarily exercise a conservator’s rights, duties, and periods of possession and access with regard to a child during the conservator’s military deployment, military [ ] The post MILITARY DUTY AND CONSERVATORSHIP appeared first on Barbosa Family Law, P.C..

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TERMINATION OF THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP - TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS – The Texas Family Code provides for the Courts to order the termination of the parent child relationship if the court finds by clear and convincing evidence some of the following conditions as per the Texas Family Code section 161.001: That a parent has: Voluntarily left the child alone or in [ ] The post TERMINATION OF THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP appeared first on Barbosa Family Law, P.C..

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Engagement agreements in family law cases. - Every client that hires my office for representation on a family law matter signs an “engagement contract” for legal services.   Clients often tell me that they want to read the entire 10 page contract before they sign off on it.   Often, the...

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WHAT IS THE COMMUNITY PROPERTY PRESUMPTION? -   When a client asks a question regarding how property is characterized by the Courts, it requires our attorneys to give clients a comprehensive explanation of how Texas Courts interpret separate and community property. Property is general...

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When is marital property "community property" or "separate property"? - Barbosa Family Law, P. C. represents numerous clients with issues involving property characterization which for the most part are misunderstood by the average litigant. Many times the case will involve complex and costly procedures tracing the asset...

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DIVORCE INVOLVING FRAUD BY A SPOUSE - Do you have actual fraud by a spouse against the community estate? Under Texas law, a spouse commits fraud if that spouse transfers community property or expends community funds for the primary purpose of depriving the other spouse of the use an...

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GROUNDS FOR GETTING A DIVORCE IN TEXAS - Do I need to prove fault to get a divorce in Texas? As a Family Law Attorney in Dallas County, Texas, I am posed with questions regarding the grounds on which a person can get divorced in Texas. Typically, under the Texas Family Code, most di...

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PROTECTIVE ORDERS AND FAMILY VIOLENCE - What is "Family Violence" in Texas? As a Family Law attorney in Dallas County, Texas, I am often confronted with questions, from clients who are going through a divorce or separation, regarding physical or emotional abuse from their spouse or dome...

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How does the 2nd Amendment mean to me in 2015? - Why is the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution more popular than ever? As an attorney, questions are usually asked during conferences with clients regarding their rights to “arm” themselves and to what extent they have a 2nd Amendm...

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