Written by attorney Elisa M Reiter | Jul 25, 2018

Grandparents, and Others, Get a Boost in Potential Custody Fights

The recent Texas Supreme Court decision in In the Interest of H.S., A Minor Child (No. 16-0715) should give third parties, including grandparents, better footing in custody cases.

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Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, Tex. Fam. Code Section 152.102(11), (14), differentiating between legal custody and physical custody In re M.P.B., 257 S.W.3d 804, 809 (Tex. App. -- Dallas 2008, no pet.).

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