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

Four Ways Divorced Parents Can Handle Their Holiday Custody Schedule

Posted on November 25, 2019
Photo of a Family Enjoying Thanksgiving Dinner

Divorce makes the holiday season difficult. After all, developing a holiday custody schedule can be rough if parents cannot see eye-to-eye. As such, there may be tears and frustrations over who spends the most time with the kids. During this time, both parents and children can feel the tension. Parents likely want to spend the … Continue reading

Can My Child Help Choose Who Gets Custody in a Divorce?

Posted on October 31, 2018
Photo of an unruly child

In Texas divorces, the judge will give the final decision on which parent will become the custodial parent. Parents may wonder if the court will allow the child to choose which parent they will live with. If you and your spouse are considering divorce or are in the process of divorce, then you should know … Continue reading

Is Nesting the Best Custody Arrangement for Children?

Posted on September 6, 2017
Thinking about filing for divorce?

Divorce is always extremely disruptive for children. They may struggle to make friends in a new neighborhood or at school. These feelings may put your child at risk of developing a psychological disorder, such as a major depression. However, there are ways to ease these disruptive thoughts and circumstances. Nesting is a unique custody arrangement … Continue reading

When is Emergency Child Custody Granted?

Posted on August 21, 2017
Picture of children sadly hugging their father

Emergency child custody is granted when a situation has exigent circumstances. This means, it is an emergency and requires immediate attention. If the child is in danger of abuse or violence he/she should be removed immediately. In situations where there are threats but no physical violence, emergency custody may be granted to protect the child … Continue reading