On March 10, 2014, the First Court of Appeals released its opinion in McKinley v. Eschochea, No. 01-14-00044-CV (Tex.App.–Houston [1st Dist], Mar. 10, 2015. Appellant McKinley challenged the sufficiency of the evidence regarding the reasonableness of the $5,178.50 awarded in attorney’s fees to the appellee, Victoria Escochea. The court of appeals affirmed, noting that because the parties had waived the making of a record, no sufficiency of the evidence complaints were preserved for appellate review.
On March 10, 2015, the Fourteenth Court of Appeals issued its opinion in In the Interest of T.R.M. aka T.M. and T.J.W. aka T.W., No. 14-14-00773-CV (Tex.App.–Houston [14th Dist] Mar. 10, 2015) affirming the termination of mother’s parental rights.