You need to find a lawyer to represent you - there are many good family law attorneys here on Avvo. If you cannot afford a lawyer, call Legal Aid of North Texas or one of the other similar services in Texas.
I cannot stress strongly enough the critical importance of getting legal counsel in family law matters that are anything more than the most basic matters. I don't practice family law, but in sitting around the courtroom waiting for hearings and civil, non-family cases, I've seen more people get completely railroaded on family law matters because they don't have a lawyer.
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I agree with the other attorney that has already answered this question.
I'd be on this website today looking for legal assistance.
Time is of the essence.
You have a limited number of days to overturn a judge's final decision.
In Dallas, you have 7 days from the rendition of an associate judge's order to request a de novo hearing in a district court judge's court. You have to move on this and fast. Grab your papers and start calling lawyers.
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