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thesmithfamily_5

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Modifcation of Custody agreement question
« on: Sep 28, 2005, 08:29:50 AM »
Dear Soc,
We've got an interesting situation where BM is wanting their 2 boys (ages 6 & 9) to live with DH and myself. BM is managing conservator and DH is possessory conservator. We've found an agreement here on SPARC that both parties agree to, where they will start being Joing Conservators, but we're unsure how to go about signing the papers. Oh yeah, this is in Texas.

1. BM was Petitioner in the divorce, DH the Respondant. ON this new agreement, would DH sign as Petitioner or would their titles continue to be the same?

That's the only question we have for now, Thanks for all your help!

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RE: Modifcation of Custody agreement question
« Reply #1 on: Sep 28, 2005, 09:00:20 AM »
>Dear Soc,
>We've got an interesting situation where BM is wanting their 2
>boys (ages 6 & 9) to live with DH and myself. BM is managing
>conservator and DH is possessory conservator. We've found an
>agreement here on SPARC that both parties agree to, where they
>will start being Joing Conservators, but we're unsure how to
>go about signing the papers. Oh yeah, this is in Texas.
>
>1. BM was Petitioner in the divorce, DH the Respondant. ON
>this new agreement, would DH sign as Petitioner or would their
>titles continue to be the same?

Parties retain their denomination (petitioner/respondent plaintiff/defendant) in a case, indefinitely, regardless of whom may later commence a new action under that case number.

 

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