When you got married or started your relationship with your partner, you had a dream to build a family together. And you did just that. Times may have changed with your partner (married or not), and if you’re now in a rough spot in your relationship. Now that you have children, their happiness and safety is your number one priority during this challenging time. 

The primary way to ensure this is to develop a child custody agreement with your co-parent. With this agreement, you and your partner can use it to document exactly how you’re going to take care of the children after your relationship ends. This helps ensure that your issues with your partner don’t get in the way of protecting your children. To make sure your rights are protected, you need a highly experienced Texas child custody lawyer to help negotiate, draft, and execute the agreement.

In Texas, child custody is technically called Joint Managing Conservatorship (JMC) or Sole Managing Conservatorship (SMC). A JMC happens when both parents are awarded child custody and an SMC gives one parent all the legal rights and duties to make crucial decisions for a child regarding things like their medical care and education.


The child custody attorneys and legal professionals at Texas Child Custody Attorneys have decades of combined experience in Texas child custody law to answer your questions quickly, and help develop a plan to to come to a custody agreement that works for you and your children. Call us now at (713) 333-4430 to schedule a consultation regarding your specific matter.

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