Court of Appeals of Texas, Eighth District, EL Paso
IN RE: RENE ORDONEZ, DEPENDENT ADMINISTRATOR, Relator.
AN ORIGINAL PROCEEDING IN MANDAMUS
Before McClure, C.J., Rivera, and Rodriguez, JJ. (Rodriguez, J., not participating)
ANN CRAWFORD McCLURE, Chief Justice
Relator, Rene Ordonez, Dependent Administrator, has filed a petition for writ of mandamus against the Honorable Linda Chew, Judge of the 327th District Court of El Paso County, Texas. Relator asks the Court to issue a writ of mandamus requiring Respondent to set aside an order which determines that (1) Maria Hernandez, as the mother of two minor children, has a right to select a legal representative for her children; (2) Hernandez had selected and hired the Honorable Christopher Antcliff to prosecute her daughters' wrongful death claims; and (3) Relator lacked authority to assert the wrongful death claims of the two children.
To be entitled to mandamus relief, a relator must meet two requirements. First, the relator must show that the trial court clearly abused its discretion. In re Prudential Insurance Company of America, 148 S.W.3d 124, 135 (Tex. 2004). Second, the relator must demonstrate that there is no adequate remedy by appeal. Id. at 136. Based on the record before us, we conclude that Relator has not established he is entitled to mandamus relief. Accordingly, we ...