Key Considerations for Divorce During COVID-19 Crisis

Posted on July 13, 2020 by Chris Kirker

The last several months have created new difficulties for many people. As COVID-19 has spread throughout the state, Texans have had to adjust to a new way of life.  The challenges posed by the COVID-19 quarantine have affected Texans in different ways. Stress over employment issues, questions over continued lockdowns of public schools, and reduced […]

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COVID-19 and Domestic Abuse Resources

Posted on May 4, 2020 by Chris Kirker

For many in the Austin area, the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has turned the world upside-down. Business hours have been reduced, non-essential travel curtailed, and social gatherings prohibited. For those trapped in abusive relationships, these social distancing measures, and the stress associated with the pandemic may have exacerbated the risk of domestic abuse. Indeed, both […]

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Key Point: Stay Home – Work Safe generally does NOT impact possession schedules as long as the parents practice good social distancing. A more detailed analysis is provided below: The spread of COVID-19 has forced many of us to adopt a new way of life. For the time being, many find themselves shouldering a host […]

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The abrupt rise of measures enacted to curtail the number of COVID-19 infections has caught many parents off guard. Social distancing, shuttered bars and restaurants, and mandatory school closures have taken many of us, parents especially, into uncharted waters. Parents who share possession of their children have been left wondering how the coronavirus will impact […]

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