So, you’ve been served with court paperwork that court is in Texas, but you are not. This may not be surprising to you if your spouse or the other parent live in Texas, or if you left Texas just recently. Or it could come as a shock. You ask yourself: what do I do now? Fortunately there are some steps you can take to make this process easier. If you have court in Texas but reside out of Texas you desperately need to retain a Texas attorney, and one with experience dealing with family law jurisdictional battles.
Our firm is a small Texas company—two owners and two or three employees, but like many small companies, we started out with one owner and