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  • COVID-19 Update: Exchange of Possession Considered Essential Activity
    COVID-19 Update: Exchange of Possession Considered Essential Activity

    As we continue to navigate the new turbulent waters of Coronavirus, more and more of our clients are finding themselves under “Stay at Home, Work Safe” or “Shelter in Place” orders. A common theme of ...

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  • The Legal Implications of Child Emancipation
    The Legal Implications of Child Emancipation

    What Is Child Emancipation? Sometimes a person is considered to be remarkably wise and capable for their age. It’s not outside the realm of possibility for a particular youth to possess a level of ...

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  • Texas Child Custody: What is a Standard Possession Order?
    Texas Child Custody: What is a Standard Possession Order?

    Whether it arises during divorce or as its own stand-alone proceeding, child custody is one of the most important matters in family law. This is because custody and visitation arrangements deal with ...

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  • Divorce: What's a Disproportionate Award?
    Divorce: What's a Disproportionate Award?

    When spouses decide to divorce, there a number of issues to address. From parenting plans outlining custody and visitation arrangements to negotiations over support for children and spouses, each ...

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  • Factors Considered in a Child Custody Case
    Factors Considered in a Child Custody Case

    Whether they arise during divorce proceedings or as a stand-alone family law matter, child custody cases are high stakes issues. That’s because these proceedings deal not with money or property, but ...

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  • Post-Divorce Modifications: Reasons to Change a Court Order
    Post-Divorce Modifications: Reasons to Change a Court Order

    Whether reached through out-of-court negotiations or litigation, divorce cases are finalized through court orders. These orders are binding legal obligations that detail how property is divided and ...

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