Tex. R. App. P. 9.8

As amended through August 21, 2020
Rule 9.8 - Protection of Minor's Identity in Parental-Rights Termination Cases and Juvenile Court Cases
(a)Alias Defined. For purposes of this rule, an alias means one or more of a person's initials or a fictitious name, used to refer to the person.
(b)Parental-Rights Termination Cases. In an appeal or an original proceeding in an appellate court, arising out of a case in which the termination of parental rights was at issue:
(1) except for a docketing statement, in all papers submitted to the court, including all appendix items submitted with a brief, petition, or motion:
(A) a minor must be identified only by an alias unless the court orders otherwise;
(B) the court may order that a minor's parent or other family member be identified only by an alias if necessary to protect a minor's identity; and
(C) all documents must be redacted accordingly;
(2) the court must, in its opinion, use an alias to refer to a minor, and if necessary to protect the minor's identity, to the minor's parent or other family member.
(c)Juvenile Court Cases. In an appeal or an original proceeding in an appellate court, arising out of a case under Title 3 of the Family Code:
(1) except for a docketing statement, in all papers submitted to the court, including all appendix items submitted with a brief, petition, or motion:
(A) a minor must be identified only by an alias;
(B) a minor's parent or other family member must be identified only by an alias; and
(C) all documents must be redacted accordingly;
(2) the court must, in its opinion, use an alias to refer to a minor and to the minor's parent or other family member.
(d)No Alteration of Appellate Record. Nothing in this rule permits alteration of the original appellate record except as specifically authorized by court order.

Tex. R. App. P. 9.8