Do you have to be a Texas resident to order a Texas birth certificate?
If you are a Texas resident, you can order your own certificate or those of immediate family members. If you are a resident of another state, you can order your own certificate or the certificate of your child, if you are listed as a parent on the record. (If you do not meet these requirements, you will need to order by mail or in-person .)
When is parenting time in a possession order?
Parenting time by your schedule, or by the standard possession order, if parents don’t agree: Friday at 6:00 p.m. – Sunday @ 6:00 p.m. (or your order may state from after school Friday until the child returns to school the following Monday—you must tell child support staff or the judge if you want this option)
What is a standard Possession Order in Texas?
Texas has a standard possession order (SPO) for most parents. This is a plan for parenting your child that describes the minimum amount of time your child will spend with each parent. The parenting plan splits time between the noncustodial parent and custodial parent while still allowing the child to have a stable schedule.
What are the requirements for online orders in Texas?
Provide the following required information: Date of death First and last name of deceased listed on record Gender of deceased listed on record City and/or county where death occurred 1 Date of death 2 First and last name of deceased listed on record 3 Gender of deceased listed on record 4 City and/or county where death occurred
How are child custody issues divided in Texas?
In Texas, courts divide child custody issues into two different categories: conservatorship and possession and access. Conservatorship is basically the rights and duties of the parents (i.e. to make decisions for the child regarding schooling, medical decisions, and psychiatric decisions, among many other things).
Can a parent move their child out of Texas?
This article addresses custody issues in Texas and whether parents can move their children out of state after a divorce.
When to seek a temporary custody order in Texas?
Upon filing of a divorce or other family matter, a party may request the court enter a temporary order governing the matter.
When do grandparents have custody and visitation rights in Texas?
In Texas, a child’s decision cannot be the sole factor in determining which parent the child lives with. However, once the child reaches the age of 12, and upon motion, the court can consider the child’s wishes as to whom he/she wishes to live with. Do grandparents have custody and visitation rights?