Brownsville Texas Child Custody Attorneys

Child Visitation and COVID-19 – What Is Allowed in Texas?

2020-07-08T07:46:50-05:00May 19th, 2020|Brownsville Texas Child Custody Attorneys, Brownsville Texas Child Custody Lawyers, Brownsville Texas Custody Lawyers, Custody Attorneys in Brownsville Texas|

In this unprecedented time of pandemic, lawyers who help Texas clients with custody of their children are receiving many questions about child visitation and custody orders in the light of COVID-19 restrictions.

It’s a challenging time for us all, especially parents being affected by stay-at-home orders, school closings, and other [...]

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Texas Child Custody – What Is A Standard Possession Order?

2020-07-08T07:45:39-05:00August 2nd, 2017|Brownsville Texas Child Custody Attorneys, Brownsville Texas Child Custody Lawyers, Child Custody Attorneys in Brownsville Texas|

 

Texas child custody orders are the basic rules for custody, visitation, and other parental rights, commonly put in place after parents have divorced. When child custody has been decided, a Standard Possession Order is given to divorced parents by the State of Texas to provide a basis [...]

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Virtual Visitation – Alleviating Child Custody Concerns!

2020-07-08T07:45:52-05:00August 2nd, 2017|Brownsville Texas Child Custody Attorneys, Brownsville Texas Child Custody Lawyers, Child Custody Lawyers in Brownsville Texas|

 

Child custody can be a complicated topic, especially when parents are not able to easily accommodate prescribed visitation schedules. In these cases, a child custody attorney or divorce lawyer may suggest virtual visitation as an option. This has become an acceptable way for parents to get much [...]

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Modern Child Custody – Co-Parenting and Electronic Challenges

2020-07-08T07:46:19-05:00August 2nd, 2017|Brownsville Texas Child Custody Attorneys, Child Custody Attorneys in Brownsville Texas, Child Custody Lawyers in Brownsville Texas|

 

Virtual visitation - the use of electronic technology to aid co-parenting and visitation - has become an approved way for divorced non-custodial parents  to stay in touch with their kids when physical visitation is a problem. It is one method of parenting time that a child custody [...]

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