Navigating shared custody is difficult enough during a pandemic, but the situation becomes significantly more complicated if one parent starts showing possible symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19[...]Read MoreWill Your Custody be Affected if You're a Parent with COVID-19?
With unprecedented stay-at-home orders and social distancing recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Texas and across the United States, it is not a surprise that many parents are stressed and confused about sharing child custody[...]Read MoreThe Impact of COVID-19 Outbreak on Child Custody Plans
In Texas, there are two kinds of divorce: contested and uncontested. In an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse agree to the divorce and all terms of the divorce. In an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse can not come to an agreement on one or more of the terms of the divorce[...]Read More How Can Having an Affair Affect Your Children?
There are many reasons why you may wish to change your child custody arrangement. You might have gotten a new job with different time demands. The needs of your child may have changed for one reason or another[...]Read More Child Custody Modifications
Holidays and Parenting Time While the holiday season can be stressful for many, for parents who are divorced and sharing joint custody of their children, navigating time sharing around the holidays can be particularly challenging.[...]Read More about Holidays and Co-Parenting