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I have been practicing for many years as an attorney and as a licensed professional counselor and bring that experience and compassion to my work. You will always be treated with respect and your case will be given the attention it deserves.
- Family Law
- Estate Planning
- Business Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Texas Tech University
- Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)
- Texas State Bar # 18842425
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- Parent Coordinator/Facilitator
- Manousso Mediation Training & Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Collaborative Law
- New Paradign Training
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Center - Austin
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4 Questions Answered
- Q. do I need a lawyer for POA or Guardianship in Texas?
- A: It is advisable to have an attorney help you with a guardianship. A power of attorney is possible only if a party is legally competent to grant one. I suggest you seek the advice of an attorney to determine the best course of action and to help you with the paperwork. This answer is for education purposes only and does not create an attorney client relationship.
- Q. Terminating Parental Rights.
- A: It is difficult to terminate parental rights without abuse grounds or a voluntary termination by the parent. It may be done but it is often an expensive process. I would suggest talking with your sister to see how she feels about a termination action. The next step would be to find a family law attorney who can assist with the process. Good luck! Elaine Brown The above information is for educational purposes only and does not create an attorney client relationship.
- Q. My ex wants to back out on our mutual agreed change to standard visitation for this weekend. Can she on short notice?tx
- A: Generally, when parents agree to visitation outside of the Court ordered visitation schedule, they can back out of the agreement without consequences from the Court. This can be frustrating to the other parent. However, it is difficult to enforce any schedules outside of those ordered by the Court. The answer given is for education purposes only and does not create an attorney/client relationship with Elaine S. Brown.
- Q. Can I move my son to another state without the father’s consent?
- A: The answer depends on whether you have any orders relating to custody of your son. Generally, parents that are not divorced or do not have a Court ordered custody arrangement, have equal rights with regard to the children. This means that they can take control and possession of the children and can make decisions regarding the child's welfare. However, as soon as parents separate and file a suit with the Court or begin a divorce action, the Court usually steps in and determines each parent's rights with regard to the children. Before you move, it is advisable for you to meet with an attorney to determine what Court actions may be in the best interest of the children. This constitutes an answer for general educational purposes and does not create an attorney/client relationship.
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