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An important change to the rules regarding suits to terminate the parent-child relationship takes effect on May 1, 2020. On January 8, 2020, the Texas Supreme Court issued an Order Amending Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 277 under Misc. Docket No. 20-9008. The order gave notice of a proposed amendment to Tex. R. Civ. P. 277 that would require certain specific findings in suits to...Read More
As a free service to the members of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, please find an Order on Motion for Use of Emergency Procedures, which will become Form 8-82 in the Family Law Practice Manual (“the Formbook”) (https://texasbarpractice.com/product/texas-family-law-practice-manual-2020/). Among other features, this order contains a model of detailed procedures for remote proceedings.Read More
TGM Notice: Identifying Information Required in Filings Pursuant to TRCP § 30.14 Written byTexas Bar Books Staff Share this Post The Texas Guardianship Manual committee has posted the following notice in regards to the latest supplement: Identifying Information Required in Filings Pursuant to TRCP § 30.14 Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code section 30.014 mandates: (a) In a civil action filed in a district court, county court,...Read More
An updated Word form for Collaborative Law—Start to Finish is available for download. Click the download button below for a zip file containing the updated version of Form 12. Save the file to the desktop and extract the Word document without modifying its file name.Read More