Houston Child Custody Lawyer

Child Custody Lawyer Serving Houston, TX

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A father and child after meeting with a child custody lawyer in Houston, TX Maintain A Relationship With Your Children And Avoid Getting Taken For A Ride

Settling the terms of a child custody agreement can leave the entire family feeling more secure. But what truly matters most is how the conditions of a child custody agreement benefit the children affected.

Topics covered in any child custody case include but are not limited to:

  • What the child wants
  • The current and future emotional and physical needs of the child
  • Any physical or emotional danger to the child now and in the future
  • Parental abilities of parties seeking custody
  • Programs available for those requesting custody that can help the child
  • Plans for the child by individuals wanting custody or by the agency seeking custody
  • Stability of the home or requested placement
  • Acts or omissions of the parent that may reveal the existing parent-child relationship is not a proper one
  • Any excuse for the acts or omissions of the parent

So much can tear families apart.

Keep it together in the best way possible with the Daniels Law Firm leading the way.

Commit To A Routine With Your Child In Mind

Experiencing a divorce, separation, or split among the family by any other means can be especially traumatic for children. This is where child custody court orders can come in handy.

You never want to intentionally damage the relationship you have with your children. And you certainly don't want to damage the relationship between your children and their other parent.

Both parents have rights and should be able to work together to come to an understanding. But if both parties cannot agree, the law comes into play for the wellbeing and overall happiness of the children.

If you're finding it impossible to work with the other parent in your life and come to a custody agreement that works for both of you, it's time to let go of the negotiation period.

Call an attorney you can trust instead.
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We're With You-Fighting Every Step Of The Way

Oftentimes, men get the short end of the deal when fighting for custody of their children. In fact, fathers nationwide likely receive only about 35% of child custody time.

We know this isn't fair for many cases, which is why we fight diligently to represent both mothers and fathers in their child custody cases. Because the child deserves what's fair and just for their best interests.

We take these cases seriously and offer the undivided attention they deserve. You'll receive an extensive game plan for your case and have access to open communication throughout the process.

We know your children are important to you.

That's why we do everything we can to ensure your child custody case lies directly in the unyielding capable hands of the Daniels Law Firm.

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Secure Your Growing Relationship With Your Children And Win The Moments You've Earned

It takes a ton of courage to stand up and request custody for a child. With the Daniels Law Firm, PLLC as your legal representative, we not only contest for what’s fair, we fight for the rightful benefits of you and your family.

Call today for expert legal advice on your specific situation.

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Child Custody FAQs

Yes. Under Texas law, mothers who aren’t married are considered the automatic sole legal and physical custodians of an infant at birth. However, the father (even if unmarried) has the right to file for custody if the court can legally establish paternity.

Yes, but with an exception. Texas law states a child has a right to let the court know which parent he or she wishes to live with if he or she is 12 or older. However, it will still be up to the judge to determine what’s in the child’s best interests before deciding.

Yes, every case involving children needs a parenting plan. A parenting plan sets the rights and duties of a parent regarding the child. Some rights and duties include:

  • right to designate primary residence;
  • right to make decisions regarding the child’s health;
  • rights to make decisions regarding the child’s education;
  • duty to provide health insurance;
  • duty to provide child support and many others.
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