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This video features Jimmy Vaught, a Family Law attorney based in Texas.
How does the Texas Appeals process work, and what is the timeline for it? We're asking Austin lawyer Jimmy Vaught for this Ask The Lawyers quick question.
There's several sort of timelines, if you will. All the timelines start when a divorce decree is signed by the judge, and essentially, they can actually take up to a year or two, sometimes, to get a decision, which is kind of frustrating for the parties because if the child custody, if there's child custody or some property division, you'd be waiting around for a year and a half or two years sometimes, before you get a decision.
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