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Child Custody

Modification Of Texas Custody Orders
  • Published: April 3, 2023

Introduction Section 156 of the Texas Family Code sets out the requirements for the modification of a conservatorship order in Texas. This provision is of utmost importance for parents seeking to modify a conservatorship order, as it outlines the legal standards and procedures that must be followed. In this blog post, we will provide an overview of section 156, discuss the relevant case law, and offer a conclusion on the importance of adhering to the statute's requirements. In Texas, a custody order can be modified if there has been a significant change in circumstances since the order was initially issued. Some examples of significant changes in circumstances that may warrant a modification of custody orders in Texas include: Relocation: If one of the parents is planning to move to a different city or state, it can be a significant change in circumstances that may require a modification of the custody…Read More

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