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A Default Divorce Hearing Still Needs Specific Evidence

On October 17, 2018

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Here is a case showing why it is important, even in a default to properly present evidence and offer testimony supporting the relief you are requesting. In  Schindler v. Schindler, No. 13-16-00483-CV, 2018 WL 3151857 (Tex. App.—Corpus Christi 2018, no pet. h.) (mem. op.) (06-28-18), the wife filed for divorce and served Husband, but he […]

Child Refusal to Go on Visits Excuses Parent in Enforcement Case

On October 9, 2018

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This is one of the most frequent questions I get.  “What do I do if the children refuse to go with the other parent?”  According to the Beaumont Court of Appeals,  In re Miller, 09-18-00253-CV, the answer is you only have to make them available.  In this matter the father filed an enforcement and contempt proceeding when […]