Texas Attorney General Paxton Recognizes Parental Rights and Validates the Palmers’ Book

Texas Attorney General Paxton Recognizes Parental Rights and Validates the Palmers’ Book

Texas Attorney General Paxton Recognizes Parental Rights are Protected by Strict Scrutiny in New Attorney General Response Opinion, KP-0241 Parents have been taught not to argue parental rights in family court. In fact, bringing up parental rights can be as damning as...
New Way to Divorce — Learn What Attorneys Don’t Tell You

New Way to Divorce — Learn What Attorneys Don’t Tell You

Divorce is scary business, especially when there is a child involved. Parents are hiring attorneys with the belief that the attorney is going to protect them. Your attorney will NOT protect your rights the way you think they will. You think you can just pay them a...

Daily Tool: Trial Testimony…how to preserve error and avoid the best interest trap.

TOOL OF THE DAY: Trial testimony…Preserving Error CATEGORY: Family Law This post contains an example of how to testify in a way that integrates your rights without ever having to say the words “I have these rights” or “it is my constitutional right to the care,...