law-scope-of-remand | multiple subsequent appeal(s)

In response to the requests of both Woody and Carolyn, we clarify that the scope of the trial on
remand is limited to the
determination of the amount of attorneys’ fees that (a) were reasonable and
necessary to the initial preparation and trial of Carolyn’s claims under the Declaratory Judgments Act
and the Texas Trust Code, and (b) it is equitable and just to award.  
In Re Lesikar, NO. 14-09-00016-
CV (Tex.App.- Houston [14th Dist.] May 7, 2009)(Guzman)(scope of remand, discovery mandamus
denied)(segregation of attorney's fees required, no fees for non-suited claims)(jury trial improperly

McCloskey v. McCloskey (Tex.App.- Houston [14th Dist.] Sep. 9, 2008)(Hedges)
attorney's fees incurred in SAPCR litigation not child support, child support, scope of remand)
AFFIRMED: Opinion by
Chief Justice Hedges  
Before Price, Chief Justice Hedges, Justice Boyce
14-06-00470-CV Christopher Joseph McCloskey v. Anne Miriam McCloskey
Appeal from 387th District Court of Fort Bend County