Dallas Divorce Lawyer Michelle May O’Neil announces the release of the book All About Texas Law and Kids, a book co-authored by Bobbi Sheahan, Michelle May O’Neil, Claudia Cano, and Sharon Ramage. Children are relevant to every aspect of the law, and they cannot represent themselves. From the seizure of the FLDS children to the debates over what is taught in schools, the intersection of kids and the law is front-page news every day in Texas. This book is a useful resource to practitioners, parents, and non-parents alike.
Can a grandparent sue for visitation?
Can a former love interest sue for visitation?
Who is legally responsible for vandalism committed by a 16-year-old or a 6-year-old child?
Can a 12-year-old child decide where she is going to live?
What is an open adoption and is it the right fit for you or your client?
Where do you start with a special needs student?
Are you advising a client on the employment of minors?
What happens when a child gets hurt?
Written by leading family law experts, Bobbi Reilly Sheahan, Michelle May O’Neil, Claudia Cano, and Sharon Ramage, All About Texas Law and Kids answers all of these questions and many more. This pocket-size resource includes sections on:
The Rights and Obligations of Parents
Child Protective Services
Custody and Child Support
Education: Homeschooling, Public and Private Schools
Children and Criminal Law
Children and Employment
Kids, Sex and Texas Law
Kids and Vehicles
When is a kid not a kid?
Kids and Contracts
All About Texas Law and Kidsis published by the Texas Lawyer, an IncisiveMedia publication. The book retails for $69.95 plus tax ($75.72) and can be ordered at www.lawcatalog.com