Unforeseen Family Law Consequences for Mothers from a Pandemic

Mothers have seen their traditional or multiple roles upended and are beginning to realize that they have been missing out on other opportunities. Some dads are out of work and are staying at home while the mothers have become the primary income producers. Fathers have begun toRead more

Unforeseen Family Law Consequences for First Responders from a Pandemic

Doctors, nurses, hospital employees, ambulance personnel, paramedics, firefighters and law enforcement employees have experienced a whole host of consequences as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. They are constantly risking their lives to try to keep us and our families safe. Despite extreme measures, they can becomeRead more

Unforeseen Family Law Consequences for Fathers from a Pandemic

One of the unexpected and unforeseen consequences of the current pandemic, resulting stay at home orders and remote working solutions is that it is requiring fathers to re-evaluate their priorities, their work, their choices and to focus on what is most important in their lives. Fathers haveRead more

Understanding Coronavirus and Family Law Court Matters

The arrival of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in the United States is changing the way many of us do daily things, including attending to family law court matters. With the pandemic beginning to show signs of community spread, our local government is taking necessary precautions to protectRead more

Co-Parenting During a Pandemic & Texas Laws

Coping with a pandemic like the coronavirus is fairly new territory for many of the systems in our country, including the court system. This state of limbo can also impact parents who are struggling to make sense of how these pandemic-related court changes relate to their currentRead more

Parenting During COVID-19: Child Custody and Pandemic-Related School Closings

The coronavirus pandemic is now sweeping Texas communities as of March 2020, and as a result has left schools grappling with sudden closures to help flatten the curve of the virus and keep it from spreading.  Texas parents are now struggling to make sense of these unexpectedRead more

How Coronavirus is Affecting Family Law and Child Custody Matters

A global pandemic is affecting the health of hundreds of thousands across the globe and is simultaneously disrupting some of our daily activities and legal processes. During this time of uncertainty, those involved in family law and child custody matters are rightfully wondering where they currently stand.Read more

What Coronavirus Means for Child Custody and Visitation Orders

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic which is sweeping the globe and hitting closer to home in Texas, Harris County issued a mandatory order on March 24, 2020 to “Stay Home. Work Safe.” This new mandate has many Texans wondering what, if any, impact this COVID-19Read more