How NOT to Get Divorced During COVID-19 – 4 Critical Problems to Address During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted on March 30, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) expanding throughout Texas while Denton, Collin, Dallas, and Tarrant counties issue stay-at-home orders, many couples are struggling with a problem they may not have had to deal with in a long time (if ever)—spending a massive amount of time stuck in the house with both their children and their spouse. … Continue reading

Denton, Dallas, Tarrant and Collin County Stay-At-Home Orders

Posted on March 26, 2020

We want to ensure we are providing the most up to date information for our clients throughout the metroplex. Enclosed you will find each of the County Stay-At-Home Orders. According to the “Seventh Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster” the pick-up and drop-off of children during the current Stay-At-Home Order in place in … Continue reading

Co-Parenting Through COVID

Posted on March 25, 2020
coparenting through covid

During these unprecedented times we have clients reaching out to gain insight into navigating this unknown territory when it comes to family law matters in regards to custody and conservatorship. We recognize that when it comes to these matters we are currently experiencing with COVID-19 it may not be as clear.  We want to take … Continue reading

Regular Possession Schedule Applies Through COVID-19

Posted on March 25, 2020

#CovidFamilyLawUpdate The regular possession schedule for children still applies – even in the midst of the current emergency orders. If you have questions about any family law related matters please reach out. We are happy to be a resource. “For purposes of determining a person’s right to possession of and access to a child under a … Continue reading

Courts Are Open In Midst of Stay At Home Order

Posted on March 25, 2020

At 12:00 p.m. yesterday Denton County issued a Stay-At-Home order effective at 11:50pm, March 25th. Even though the County is under this order we are still working! The Courts are still OPEN and all “non-essential” activities can still be accomplished via teleconferencing tools. We are OPEN and are available to answer any and all questions … Continue reading