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Susan Myres, president of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Susan Myres, president of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Family lawyers in Texas watched the progress of the case In Re C.J.C. through the Texas court system for some time to see if it would make new case law in situations in which a nonparent, in a suit for modification, requests visitation rights with a child whose parent was previously awarded conservatorship and possession of the child. A Texas Supreme Court ruling in this case, just announced in June, answers some questions but may have raised other even more difficult issues that are not yet settled in Texas law.

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