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Parental alienation can factor into child custody dispute

Family courts are tasked with making difficult decisions each and every day. For those in Texas who are preparing to go before a family court judge, it is important to understand how the process works and what to expect, so that a parent can work with his or her attorney to structure the best possible legal argument or response. Courts are asked to make life-changing decisions in a very short period of time, armed with only minimal information about the parties before the court date and the input of an array of professionals. Very often, how things appear will guide the outcome of a child custody dispute more than the factual realities that a family is facing.

Child custody dispute centers on Native American ancestry

An unusual child custody case has been making its way through the courts for nearly four years, and has recently led to a high-profile custody change. That change removed a child from her long-time foster home in favor of a different placement. The child custody dispute centers on the provisions laid out within the Indian Child Welfare Act, which has led to a great deal of debate in Texas and across the nation.

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