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Dear Santa, can you help with child custody?

Texas families are in a mad and merry dash to finish last-minute holiday preparation. Gifts, family get-togethers, big meals and other revelry are certainly things to look forward to. One of the most exciting moments for a parent can be watching the joy on a child's face as they take in the wonder of the holiday season. Unfortunately, not every child has the opportunity to have a loving, supportive family, but with a little Christmas magic and a change in child custody, dreams can come true. 

When many people hear the term "child custody," they may forget that the words do not always apply to biological children. Adoption is also a process of gaining child custody. It is estimated that, in one large Texas city alone, nearly 2,000 children are eligible and hoping for adoption. 

People may consider adoption for any number of reasons, but for children in foster care, there is often nothing they want more than to have a family of their own someday. Adoption may seem like a complicated process at times, and many people may not know where to begin. Fortunately, there are resources available to help. 

One option for people interested in adoption is to contact a compassionate attorney who has experience with child custody cases. An attorney can help a client make his or her way through the legal process of adoption and other child custody matters. Christmas is a time for miracles, and perhaps this year, some children's dreams will become a reality. 

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Dear Santa, can you help with child custody? | Barbara L. Jouette, Attorney, P.C.
Main Menu Practice Areas
Barbara L. Jouette, Attorney, P.C.
888-268-7997 / 214-385-4562

Dear Santa, can you help with child custody?

Texas families are in a mad and merry dash to finish last-minute holiday preparation. Gifts, family get-togethers, big meals and other revelry are certainly things to look forward to. One of the most exciting moments for a parent can be watching the joy on a child's face as they take in the wonder of the holiday season. Unfortunately, not every child has the opportunity to have a loving, supportive family, but with a little Christmas magic and a change in child custody, dreams can come true. 

When many people hear the term "child custody," they may forget that the words do not always apply to biological children. Adoption is also a process of gaining child custody. It is estimated that, in one large Texas city alone, nearly 2,000 children are eligible and hoping for adoption. 

People may consider adoption for any number of reasons, but for children in foster care, there is often nothing they want more than to have a family of their own someday. Adoption may seem like a complicated process at times, and many people may not know where to begin. Fortunately, there are resources available to help. 

One option for people interested in adoption is to contact a compassionate attorney who has experience with child custody cases. An attorney can help a client make his or her way through the legal process of adoption and other child custody matters. Christmas is a time for miracles, and perhaps this year, some children's dreams will become a reality. 

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