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Austin Parental Rights

Both parents would cooperate to ensure that both are able to protect the parental rights provided for by Texas law including the right to:

  • Receive information from the other parent regarding the health, welfare and safety of the child and to participate in decisions affecting these three areas
  • Access the medical and educational records of the child
  • Confer with the school on educational matters involving the child
  • Attend the school activities of the child
  • Be named as the emergency contact on the child's school record
  • Make emergency medical decisions in cases of immediate danger to the health of the child

And both parents would meet their obligations to the child and the other parent by:

  • Providing a safe, non-violent environment for the child.
  • Informing the other parent of any significant issues affecting the health, welfare and safety of the child.
  • Not doing anything that would prevent the child from regular contact with the other parent.

Unfortunately, there are situations where one parent is not receiving their Austin parental rights as well as other cases where a parent is not meeting their required obligations.

At Lighthouse Investigations and Litigation Support, we have years of experience with difficult situations like these where you could be facing one or more of the following dilemmas:

  • You may decide that you need to terminate your ex-partner's Austin parental rights.
  • You may be wrongly accused by a vindictive ex-partner seeking to terminate your parental rights.

Either way you're in a serious situation.

You'll need to act quickly to gather the evidence you need to make your case to the courts or to CPS (Child Protective Services) before the evidence is destroyed or the opportunity to collect it is gone forever.

Now is not the time for deliberation and hesitation.

You're going to need an Austin private investigations firm with a long history experience with family law and interacting with CPS. Now is not the time to have your hard earned money used for on-the-job training for a private investigator that is not familiar with the most cost effective ways to collect the evidence you need to win your case.

Act quickly to find weaknesses in your opponent's case and ensure that your child's best interests are protected.

Call us at 512-650-2720 or complete our contact form to request a free, no obligation consultation.

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