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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Texas on
Q: Can I get a temporary order quickly until our current order is changed?

My 10 year old daughter is wanting to do cheer leading again for a 2nd year which she tried out for and made the team. Unfortunately, the team she made has practices every Sunday which interfere with her fathers scheduled time. I spoke to my daughter and she informed me she was ok with shorter time... Read more »

Jessica Estorga
Jessica Estorga answered on Jun 18, 2020

You should consult with an attorney to get a modification and set for temporary orders to address this one issue. Obviously father is going to want his time made up elsewhere, so I'd start brainstorming alternate periods of possession or make up times over holidays to provide as a reasonable... Read more »

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Q: I just wanted some information about my child support situation and what I can do I’ve never been to court or signed
Jessica Estorga
Jessica Estorga answered on Jun 18, 2020

Best thing to do is call an attorney's office and schedule a consultation. Every legal case is fact specific and they will need to ask you detailed information about your income that is better suited over a private consultation.

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Q: do I still have rights if my son if forced to get a job. Can I still legally get him on my weekends

My ex husband is forcing my son to get a job what if he has to work on my weekends? Can I still legally get him according to the papers?

Jessica Estorga
Jessica Estorga answered on Jun 18, 2020

If you are not getting to exercise your possession as ordered by the court, then you should consult with an attorney about an enforcement. If you are okay with your child working and would like to change your dates or times of possession, then you may want to consider a modification.

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