Divorce and restraining orders in Texas: If served with a restraining order in a divorce suit, you should read it carefully. Generally speaking, the language will say the Respondent is immediately restrained from ... a specific list of things. The list will usually be numbered. Read each item on the list. The list is your list of commandments. If you don't understand the order, take it to an experienced family law attorney to decipher it for you. You will need the lawyer to go to court with you when the applicant has a hearing to expand the restraining order into a temporary injunction during the pendency of the litigation.
The full division of Family Trial Courts are open and operational today, including uncontested dockets, ancillary dockets and already scheduled trial dockets. Call the court in which your case is set to determine start time.
Child custody evaluations by trained psychologists are a consideration in child custody suits if you have the time and money to spend on them. It takes an experienced child custody lawyer to know if such an evaluation might be appropriate in a particular case. Clients' personalities and "warts" may indicate an evaluation is definitely not the way to go. Talk to W Tyler Moore at 713-929-2242 to set up an appointment to discuss your custody situation.