As a divorced father, you want -- and deserve -- a proper amount of time with your child or children. You should also have the ability to make important decisions about your child's life.
Texas courts use the term "conservatorship" instead of "custody," but the concept is the same when it comes to joint or full physical and legal responsibility for a child, whose best interest is expected to be at the heart of a judge's orders. During a divorce, one or both parents may be awarded decision making (managing conservator) and parenting time (possessory conservator) rights.
If you feel like your your rights and interests as a father are being disrespected, an experienced family law attorney can help. These four problems are common.