There is no shortage of myths circulating around how Texas child custody is determined, the rules surrounding those in arrears for child support, and whether the custodial parent can deny visitation to the other parent. It is important to decipher fact from fiction, since you could face serious legal penalties if you take it upon yourself to “rectify" the situation. If you are unsure of how to proceed with your particular child custody issue, see a Dallas child custody lawyer.
Child Custody Myths Debunked
There are 5 child custody myths you should be aware of:
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Since 1994, the law offices of Warren & Migliaccio has provided compassionate yet firm legal assistance to families in Dallas, Collin, and surrounding counties. Practicing in the areas of divorce, child custody, and child support, their team is dedicated to doing everything in their power to make these life transitions easier on you and your family. For a free consultation, call 1-888-584-9614 today.
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