Houston SAPCR Attorney
Divorces often contain what is known as a suit affecting the parent-child relationship (SAPCR). This determines rights and duties of parents, child support and visitation as well as other matters.To get through a SAPCR, work with attorneys who understand how important your parental rights are. At the Law Office of Dan Kirby in Houston, you will receive high-quality legal representation that protects the interests of you and your children. We understand how the SAPCR process works and how to help you find a positive outcome.
Get the help you need for this complex area of the law. Call us today at 713-681-1300 to learn more.
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In Texas, there are two basic types of suits affecting the parent-child relationship (SAPCR). The first is within a normal divorce proceeding. The second is when people have children outside of marriage.
A SAPCR order can also be modified. These include rights to:
- Direct moral and religious training
- Service and earnings
- Consent for relocation
- Represent the child in legal matters
- Child support payments
- Decisions on invasive medical procedures
- Decisions on education matters
- Decisions on psychological treatment
It is important to realize that these rights are not set in stone and can be limited or modified by a court. As such, it is important to partner with an experienced SAPCR attorney who can help you advocate for your and your loved ones’ rights.
Having worked on these family law issues for more than 25 years, we at the Law Office of Dan Kirby are ready to help you efficiently and effectively address all issues.
Contact The Law Office Of Dan Kirby Today
Our attorney and team will partner with you to help you understand your unique circumstances and goals. From there we will develop a personalized strategy to help you reach a best possible outcome in a way that preserves your emotional and financial well-being.
To reach out and schedule an initial consultation with our Houston modifications lawyer, call 713-681-1300 or email the firm.