In re Hulick

2000 | Cited 0 times | Court of Appeals of Texas | April 20, 2000

Original Proceeding on Petition for Writ of Mandamus


The relator, Walter Ted Hulick, has filed a petition for writ of mandamus complaining of Judge Hufstetler's 1 ruling (evidenced on a docket sheet) declining jurisdiction over the relator's petition to modify the parent-child relationship.

The petition for writ of mandamus is denied because the relator has an adequate remedy by appeal. See e.g., Phillips v. Baeber, 995 S.W.2d 655, 657 (Tex. 1999).

Do not publish. Tex. R. App. P. 47.

1. The Honorable K. Randall Hufstetler, judge of the 300th District Court of Brazoria County, Texas. The underlying proceeding is In the Matter of T.J.H., A Minor Child, trial court cause no. 3732*OB98.

2. The Honorable Jackson B. Smith, Jr., retired Justice, Court of Appeals, First District of Texas at Houston, participating by assignment.

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