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How to Navigate Co-Parenting During Texas Covid-19 Reopening Pause

Posted July 27, 2020, Published by | , , ,

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With Covid-19 cases increasing, Governor Greg Abbott has paused additional reopening phases for the State of Texas. The pausing of plans to reopen has created a new set of obstacles for even amicable co-parents to navigate.  Staying out in front of these issues is critical, so you can create a plan that you both agree… Read More

Settling Your Divorce, A Guide to Mediating Virtually

Posted June 23, 2020, Published by | Videos

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Months into the novel COVID-19 pandemic, we have been forced to come to terms with a new understanding of normality. This understanding persists in the legal field. Courthouse functions and mediation, like most activities we are accustomed to participating in life, have moved to virtual formats. GoransonBain Ausley Plano Attorney… Read More

Expect the Unexpected: COVID-19 and Possession Schedules in the 2020-21 School Year

Posted June 9, 2020, Published by | , ,

It’s the beginning of summer, but nervous texts about school are circulating among parents in my group of friends. “What are you going to do about the fall?” “What if they don’t go back to school?” “Have you seen a new school calendar?” Uncertainty about the upcoming school year is causing anxiety for parents trying… Read More

How to Successfully Navigate Co-Parenting During Coronavirus

Posted May 1, 2020, Published by | Videos

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Co-parenting is challenging even under the best of circumstances, but is even more challenging for parents who are separated, divorced, or living with a soon to be ex-partner or spouse. In this webinar, GoransonBain Ausley family lawyers Kristiana Butler, Kelly Caperton Fischer and Angelica Rolong Cormier, along with family therapist Nicole Stover provide family law survival… Read More

Will Summer Possession Still Take Place?

Posted April 29, 2020, Published by | Videos

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During the continued impact of COVID-19 on child custody, many are not sure if summer possession and visitation will still take place. Family law attorney Lindsey Obenahus explains that at this time, extended summer possession is not affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Texas Supreme Court guidance orders that possession… Read More