We realize that each case of custody is different and we are able to support the unique needs of your case.
In Texas Law, custody is referred to as Conservatorship. There are two types of Conservatorship:
- Joint Conservatorship- where both parents share equal rights.
- Sole Conservatorship- where one parent has custody and the other one only has visitation.
The most important factor in determining Custody is the best interest of the child.
Other factors in determining and deciding Conservatorship:
- Stability of parents
- Danger each parent poses to child
- Parent involvement with child
- Child preference
Do not leave the decision of Child Custody to chance and contact us directly at 956-572-3393.