Military deployment, military mobilization or temporary military duty can impact the lives of parents with children in and around Wichita Falls, Texas. In this monthly Wichita Falls Family Law podcast discussion with Attorney Richard Sutherland, we discuss a few of the key issues and answer common questions about the impact of military deployment and child custody.
Military deployment and custody in Texas and the impact on families in and around Wichita Falls
- Modification of the exclusive right to determine the primary residence of the child or modifications of the terms and conditions of possession of or access to the child
- Temporary Orders entered while the military member is absent on military deployment, military mobilization or temporary military duty
- Temporary Orders when the military member’s rights are going to be affected by military deployment, mobilization or temporary military duty
Listening to this podcast interview about military deployment, military mobilization and temporary military duty will be useful for anyone who is a parent of a child and may be deployed in the armed services. Texas law provides for a variety of situations and Richard Sutherland explains what you may be able to expect in a variety of circumstances.
Just because you serve your country does not mean you have to sacrifice a relationship with your child. Did you know that a designated person can generally act in your place while you are unavailable? Do you want to designate a person to exercise your custody or visitation rights while you are on deployment? Listen and learn about the variety of situations that can affect military parents in and around Wichita Falls, Texas. Call Wichita Falls, Texas divorce and family law attorney Richard T. Sutherland to learn more and to schedule a meeting to discuss your situation. (940) 691-2100.
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About Richard Sutherland: Attorney Richard T. Sutherland practices family law and commercial litigation in Wichita Falls and all over Texas. Since being licensed by the State of Texas in 1976, Richard Sutherland has been an active member and leader in many legal organizations including the State Bar of Texas. He is a frequent speaker and continuing legal education contributor. Sutherland is an alumnus of The University of Texas at Austin and the Oklahoma City University School of Law.
Richard T. Sutherland represents people and families in Wichita County, Archer County, Baylor County, Clay County, Foard County, Hardeman County, Jack County, Montague County, Wise County, Young County and Wilbarger Counties in North Texas and has accepted cases in other areas West, North-Central and in South Texas.