“I just got served today and I have a hearing in three days! What do I do?”

I call this technique by attorneys “swiping.” That is not a legal definition, but it fits the bill. Although you have twenty days (or more) to file your answer to the court in Texas, the only legal requirement for a temporary orders hearing is three days’ notice. Attorneys will sometimes serve you with both the [...]

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