parenting plan

Resolve Disputes with a Parenting Plan

The thought of going through the divorce process with your spouse may understandably be heartbreaking. However, even more heartbreaking may be the realization that your children may suffer negative impacts by the breakup of your marriage. Fortunately, most cases involving child custody in Texas are resolved before they have to proceed to court. This is […]

How does a felony affect your custody case

How does a Felony Affect your Custody Case?

When you have a felony on your record in Texas, you may not always consider how this will affect your child custody. Usually your particular situation determines whether you can have custody of your child. Sometimes you can retain custody of child if your felony did not harm your child in some way. A court […]

Can I move out of state

Can I Move Out of State with Our Children?

If you are a divorced Texas parent who is contemplating moving to another state due to a job transfer or some other reason, you need to be aware that Section 153 of the Texas Family Code creates a presumption that the children should not be moved from the other parent. Actually, it may be your […]


Caution: Consider All When Adopting a Stepchild

When you get married in Texas, your new wife may have children from a previous marriage. In some situations, you may want to adopt these children. Keith D. Becker, is available to assist with your questions about this process. There are a few things you usually need to take into consideration when you want to […]

Co parenting benefits

Co-Parenting Benefits

Divorcing parents in Texas can benefit themselves and their children by learning the ins and outs of positive co-parenting. To many in Texas, the thought of getting divorced brings up concerns about financial losses as well as the loss of partnership with the other person. For spouses who also have children together, concerns about the […]

Assistance w Visitation Right

Assistance with Visitation Rights Determination

Keith D. Becker, January 6, 2018. When Texan parents get a divorce, you’re still left with other big decisions to make. Figuring out visitation rights, for example, can be confusing and stressful. This is where help from legal professionals like Keith D. Becker, PC, can come in handy. We work to provide you with an […]

Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

If you feel like you’re having to battle your ex-spouse to protect your bonds with your child, the situation can get sticky fast. Keith D. Backer, P.C. is here to help you identify the potential signs of Parental Alienation Syndrome, or PAS, and guide you through the different ways of handling it.  A Texas Board […]