This website includes the most recent version of the Texas Family Code, as amended effective September 1, 2015, except that Title 3 (dealing with the juvenile justice system) and Subtitle E of Title 5 (Texas Department of Family & Protective Services procedures) are omitted.
The 2015 biennial legislature enacted a number of amendments which will not take effect until January 1, 2018, primarily concerning the addition of dental care to insurance with respect to child support. Those amendments are not included because they are not yet in effect.
The legislature also made a hash of numbering the Family Code's provisions. There are now two Subchapters F to Chapter 107 (“Special Appointments and Social Studies”). The section numbering in the second Subchapter F (“Managed Assigned Counsel Program for the Representation of Certain Children and Parents”) is duplicative of the numbering in Subchapter D (“Social Study”). We have sorted this out as best we could.
The Code has been taken directly from the Texas Legislature Online website.
The website is hosted by VernerLegal. VernerLegal is owned by Jimmy Verner. Mr. Verner is Board Certified in Family Law and in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He practices primarily in the area of Texas divorce and family law appeals with VernerBrumley PC in Dallas, Texas. VernerBrumley PC practices collaborative law, tries cases and prepares appeals throughout Texas. All partners are Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
VernerLegal builds mobile apps and other Internet resources for lawyers. Current apps include:
- The Texas Child Support Calculator for Apple or for Android.
- Texas Litigation Deadlines – Calculates pretrial and post trial litigation deadlines for Texas state courts.
VernerLegal also hosts Texas Standard Possession Order (Visitation) Calendars – a website that allows parents to pick visitation options, then download a visitation calendar to a computer or mobile device.
VernerLegal hosts online, searchable collections of Texas court rules and statutes. They include:
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