Texas family courts make custody decisions based on the child's best interests. As a result, it is very rare for one parent to be granted sole conservatorship (custody) of their child after a divorce. Most cases allow both parents to have some form of possession of or access to their child. "Parenting time" is the term used for the agreement or court order that defines how much time each parent spends with their child and how involved each parent is in making life decisions for the child.
Many parenting agreements are drafted between the two parents without the court having to intervene. If the matter is disputed, however, the matter must be taken to court and litigated before a judge. Both sides must present their arguments and, in the end, the judge will determine the parenting schedule and decision-making rights for each parent.
If you are looking to draft a parenting schedule or need to fight for fair parenting time in court, a Dallas divorce attorney can provide the services that you need. O’Neil Wysocki P.C. provides personal attention to each client and relentless representation in the courtroom. We will fight tirelessly to win the parenting time that you and your child both need!
Our team at O’Neil Wysocki P.C. has been bringing high-quality service and outstanding representation to clients in Dallas, TX for more than 65 collective years. Attorney O'Neil and Attorney Wysocki are both seasoned representatives who are board-certified family law specialists with the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Our entire team has not only garnered numerous industry awards, but also the trust of countless individuals, couples, and families who have depended on them.
If you are in need of excellent counsel and litigation in a divorce case, O’Neil Wysocki P.C.can help. Contact the Dallas family lawyers today by calling (972) 852-8000!