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Interstate Jurisdiction issues Attorney in Fort Worth, Texas

In our mobile society, it is not uncommon for people to move from state to state or to divorce or obtain custody orders in one state and then move to another state(s). What happens if a dispute arises regarding custody, visitation, etc.? Which state makes the decision about these disputes (i.e. has jurisdiction)? The question of deciding which state has proper jurisdiction is vitally important. The type of outcome you receive will depend on which state decides your case. For example, child support and visitation laws vary widely from state to state. And, the validity of court orders depends on it.

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Please get in touch with our Fort Worth office today to learn more about filing for divorce in Texas or if you wish to modify a divorce and custody agreement already in place. Our divorce attorneys stand ready to provide legal guidance so that you can pick up the pieces and move forward.

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We can help you through this difficult time in your life. Just contact us today, and Mr. Boyd and his seasoned staff will give you the benefit of our experience and knowledge to help you decide which course of action is best for you and your children.