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22December

Out of State Child Relocation and the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)

UCCJEA helps to protect non-custodial Parents fighting for child custody out of state when their children have been moved to another state or over 100 miles away from them. Read more on the blog of Dallas child custody attorney, Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm PC/

4March

Supervised Visitation with your Children in Texas : How to Return to a Standard Possession Order

Do you have a Texas family court order for supervised visitation with your child, read here how you may be able to return to a standard possession order for visitation in Texas on the blog of Dallas child custody attorney Mark Nacol

12September

Parental Alienation Syndrome and the Impact on Children

Parental Alienation Syndrome is recognized by the courts but is very difficult to define and in most cases requires bringing in County Social Services, Child Protective Services, and/or other professionals. Anyone claiming Parental Alienation Syndrome should look for family therapy as a constructive way forward. Other forms of abuse are physical, sexual, and neglect which are much easier to identify. Read more about Parental Alienation Syndrome on the blog of Dallas child custody attorney Mark Nacol of the Nacol Law Firm PC

10October

Parental Child Abduction and Interstate Jurisdiction Cases

Many abducting parents try to take the child across state lines (Interstate Jurisdiction issues) or out of the country to make sure that the child will never be found by the other parent. They would rather live a fugitive than lose their child.The Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act (UCAPA) provides remedies with valuable enforceable tools in deterring both domestic and international abductions by parents and unethical people or agents on their behalf. Read more on the blog of Dallas Child Custody attorney Mark Nacol who has experience with Parental Child Abduction and Interstate Jurisdiction Cases in Texas family courts.

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