Links and Resources

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
Texas government site with information and articles about child protective services, child care licensing, adoption and foster care, adult protective services, along with resources for prevention and early intervention for juvenile delinquency and child maltreatment.
Official Portal of Texas
A one-stop shop for government interactions where you can find services such as how to order birth, death, marriage and divorce records, as well as information on Texas laws regarding families and children.
Texas Legislature Online
Texas Legislature’s website provides the Texas Family Code, and viewers can use the onsite search engine to find statutes that govern all aspects of family and children.
Family Law Information Center
Read an Overview of Family Law and select family legal areas that interest you, such as Divorce, Child Custody and Marriage.
Texas Divorce Education Programs
Learn about the various educational programs offered in Texas that help both parents and children face the challenges of divorce.
Child Custody Evaluations
Find out what it means if the judge orders you and your spouse to a custody evaluation – how to prepare for custody evaluation, what to expect in the custody evaluation process, and how much it costs.
The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas
As a non-profit organization, the Texas Collaborative Law Institute was formed in an effort to bring Texas lawyers, financial advisors and family counselors together in a culture that supports collaborative law as the primary method for resolving family law matters.
Texas Board of Legal Specialization
To help ensure that Texas citizens receive the highest quality in legal services, the Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies lawyers in 20 specialized categories of law and paralegals in six legal areas. Family Law is one of the specialty areas in which attorneys receive certification. There are currently 8,364 board certified attorneys in Texas.
The Wright Firm, LLP
A top Texas law firm with a number of attorneys who are Texas Board Certified Specialists in Family Law and also skilled mediators and collaborative law trained professionals as well as seasoned trial lawyers.
Family Law Resources
More links to sites that provide information about family law, such as the American Bar Association, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Children’s Rights Council.

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