Editor’s note: On Nov. 14, the Texas Lawyer editorial department hosted a roundtable discussion in Dallas, “Domestic Relations: How to Make Your Case in Family Court.” Panelists included 302nd Family District Court Judge Tena Callahan of Dallas County, 303rd Family District Court Judge Dennise Garcia of Dallas County, 416th District Court Judge Chris Oldner of Collin County and 330th Family District Court Judge Andrea D. Plumlee of Dallas County. The judges’ discussion covered a range of topics, including how the judges handle pretrial proceedings, mediated settlement agreements and domicile restrictions. It has been edited for length and style. The second installment of the roundtable discussion will appear in the Dec. 31 issue of Texas Lawyer.
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