Opinions, Feb. 12, 2015

The Fourteenth Court of Appeals released one family law opinion yesterday, a one-page denial of petition for writ of mandamus in In re Harrison, No. 14-15-00054-CV. The opinion simply stated the Relator had not established her burden to demonstrate her entitlement to mandamus relief. Out of curiosity, I pulled up the brief. In the trial court, the 311th Judicial District, Relator had moved to dismiss her spouse’s motions for enforcement. According to Relator (no response brief was filed), Judge Franklin permitted the movant to amend his motions. Relator argued the judge abused her discretion by failing to dismiss the motions for enforcement.


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