A Trial Court Has No Discretion to Refuse a Trial Amendment Absent Surprise or Prejudice

A trial court did not abuse its discretion by allowing a trial amendment in a termination case when evidence concerning the amendment had been admitted without objection and the trial court recessed the trial the trial for fifteen days to allow the respondent time to prepare for trial based on the amendment. In the Interest of G.L.O., No. 11-13-00211-CV (Tex. App. – Eastland Jan. 9, 2014).

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