Possession Schedule/Parenting Times

We’ve seen many changes in our courts over the past week including limiting in-person hearings to essential matters only. Over the past two days, many courts have issued Emergency Standing Orders regarding possession for both the “extended Spring Break” period  and recent school closures.

Supreme Court of Texas

The Supreme Court of Texas just issued

One thing we know about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is that new information develops on a daily basis. The court system had to respond to the situation to resolve many issues that have arisen.

Will there still be family court hearings and trials in Dallas area courts in the state of disaster?

The Texas Supreme Court

As we all know, the State of Texas and public officials are scrambling to stop the spread of Coronavirus or COVID-19. Primary and secondary schools across the state have begun using various solutions to prevent the children from coming to school for the impending weeks. For instance, some schools are “extending spring-break” whereas others are

The Texas Family code provides special provisions regarding parenting time and access to children when the military parent is deployed.

Military deployment is not the same as a change of duty station (“PCS”). Deployment begins with the physical movement of individuals and units from their home installation to the designated theater of operations. One of

infant and fatherArizona State University has weighed in on a controversial subject – the quantity and quality of access of a noncustodial father to an infant child. “New research from Arizona State University shows that children, no matter what their age, benefit from having time with each parent that includes sleepovers at each home,” the article says.