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There is no law
that states that children of a certain age cannot live in one-bedroom home with a smoker. This may be a variation on a common belief that there are rules that children must have a certain amount of bedrooms, etc, to live in. This is not true - neither the Texas Family Code nor any other Code in the state specifies that there is such a restriction. There is not.
However, this may come into play if there is a custody
battle going on. If so, then the smoker may be attacked for not providing a healthy environment for the children to live in, which may be used to argue against their custody based on "best interest of the child
." Holley v. Adams, 544 SW 2d 367 - Tex: Supreme Court 1976
. However, unless this is the case, no specific law exists that restricts such a living arrangement.
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