New 2023 Texas legislation that every family lawyer should know.
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The Legislative Update on Family Law is a valuable resource to keep Texas lawyers in the know regarding changes to the Texas Family Code and other statutes. Why are these changes important? An attorney’s competence as a litigator is measured in part by their ability to keep up with changes to the law. The 2023 Legislative Update was presented in Austin on June 30 by Gregory Beane, Warren Cole, Kristal C. Thomson and the Hon. Judy Warne.
Reiter, E., & Pollack, D. (2023, July 13). New 2023 Texas legislation that every family lawyer should know. https://www.law.com/texaslawyer/2023/07/13/2023-texas-legislation-that-every-family-lawyer-should-know/?slreturn=20230613100819
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