Who is Joint Managing Conservators (JMC)?
JMC is an Organization that assists its "Pro Se" Members with their Child Custody issue(s)/cases including uncontested Divorce.
Who is a Joint Managing Conservator?
In Texas, the law presumes that both parents should be appointed "joint managing conservators". In other words, both interested parents who do not have a history of family violence and do not pose a risk of harm to the child will be appointed as joint managing conservators of the child(ren).
What is the meaning of "Pro Se?" "Pro Se" is a latin term which means "on one's own behalf." In court proceedings, Pro Se is a parent's right to represent him/herself in child custody proceedings, without attorney assistance. Parents are choosing to represent themselves in simple child custody proceedings to cut down on costs.
Why become a member of Joint Managing Conservators (JMC)?
To reduce costs! Joint Managing Conservators provide its Members with the information and knowledge needed to understand the process involved in resolving their specific issues. Joint Managing Conservators has a network of Licensed Attorneys in the State of Texas. These attorneys serve as volunteers and provide “legal advice” to Members.