After you have filed for divorce, your attorney will receive a timetable from the court. This is called a "Scheduling Order". It will show the time available to complete each phase of the case. In Texas, the Scheduling Order will also include a deadline to complete mediation. When you Need to Find a Mediator When the judge orders you to go to mediation in your contested divorce or … [Read more...] about The Importance of Choosing the Right Mediator
And just what is a SAPCR, anyway? Divorce cases and SAPCR (pronounced "SAP- sir") cases are similar. A SAPCR is, and a divorce can be, about legal rights related to children. What does it stand for? SAPCR stands for "suit affecting the parent-child relationship". When is a case called "SAPCR? When there is not a divorce pending, but someone needs court direction about … [Read more...] about What is the Difference Between a Divorce Case and a SAPCR Case?