My husband cheated in me, he also a ex felon and had dwi 4years ago, i want to divorce him, what will be the change i can get sole custody of our daughter
At this point the DWI is more relevant than what happened 36 years ago. The answer will depend on all the facts and both your parenting abilities.
Ms. Laster practices in Dalla
The DWI from 4 years ago is much more relevant to the best interests of your child, especially if he still drinks. The solicitation of capital murder in the 1980s is rather remote in time but probably concerning to a judge although you had the child with him I presume knowing of that case. I think your respective parenting skills and other qualifications presently are most important to your judge. You need family law counsel.
Texas Family Code
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