This is The Wichita Falls Family Law Podcast, with Attorney Richard Sutherland. We talk about Texas divorce and family law. This program is a Texas child custody and conservatorship podcast focused on helping people better understand Conservatorship and the rights and duties of parents in Texas.
Texas child custody and conservatorship podcast:
- What is Conservator in Texas
- What is a parent conservator?
- What are their rights and duties?
- Joint Managing Conservator
- Does not mean joint custody
- Rights and duties with the child
- Sole Managing Conservator
- In cases involving family violence
- Other parent may not in child’s life
- Possessory Conservator
- Fewer decision making rights
- Non-parent Conservator
- Not entitled to certain rights and duties
Listening to this Texas child custody and conservatorship podcast can help people better understand how conservatorship works, and it can be confusing. People often call Attorney Sutherland reporting they have joint custody, and many times those parents are joint managing conservators with rights to child support, to determine the residence of a child and primary possession and access to the child, for example. If you only take one thing away from this podcast, custody and conservatorship are not the same in Texas divorce and family law.
For additional general information, please read about family law and child support.
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.
For information about Texas divorce and family law please call Attorney Richard T. Sutherland in Wichita Falls, Texas by dialing (940) 691-2100.
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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.