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Mother fights to recover daughter from family in Texas

As most residents of Texas know, one of a parent's greatest fears is the discovery that their child is missing, or that they cannot have access to them for one reason or another. Sadly, it is something that parents across the United States face every year, many of them fighting prolonged battles to regain custody of their children.

The best interests of the child principle

When two married parents obtain a divorce in the state of Texas, they must make arrangements for the care and nurturing of their child or children. Their right to maintain physical custody of their child will be subject to compromise, as will their right to make important decisions for their offspring. Whether they arrive at new arrangements between themselves through negotiation and mediation or their divorce goes to trial, the court will have a responsibility to review their decision and be certain that the best interests of the child are being met.

Missing Texas girl found in Mexico after 12 years

According to an Oct. 1 statement by the FBI, a missing 17-year-old girl from Texas was rescued from a location near Mexico City and brought back to the U.S. At 11:32 a.m. on Sept. 30, a joint task force moved in on the location where the girl was staying with her 44-year-old mother. The joint task force was comprised of authorities from Mexico and the United States.

Indiana Pacers player involved in child custody lawsuit

Texas parents may be interested in the child custody issues that one professional basketball player is facing. He is arguing that he should have sole custody of the child should a paternity test confirm that he is the child's father.

Texas parents can face international child custody challenges

When Texas parents divorce, their top concern is usually the care and custody of their children. In fact, many family law attorneys feel that child custody is among the most highly contentious forms of law. Things can become heated very quickly when parents struggle over custody matters, even when all parties reside within the same state. When one parent lives or relocates to another country, the legalities of child custody can become incredibly complicated.