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How to Successfully Navigate Co-Parenting During Coronavirus Webinar

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. GoransonBain Ausley family lawyers Kristiana Butler, Kelly Caperton Fischer and Angelica Rolong Cormier, along with family therapist Nicole Stover have provided a webinar full of… Read More

40 Online Resources for Families with Children- GoransonBain Ausley- Katie Flowers Samler- Dallas Family Lawyer Divorce Parenting

40 Online Resources for Families with Children

Who said staying at home couldn’t be fun? Below is a list of online resources the family lawyers from our Austin, Dallas and Plano offices have put together for our families and yours. Online Educational Resources Multi-Subject Kahn Academy (https://www.khanacademy.org/): FREE daily learning schedules and resources in all subjects (ages 2-18) EDSITEment! (https://edsitement.neh.gov/): FREE lesson… Read More

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Job Loss & Child Support During Coronavirus

Many employers in Dallas and Plano have recently laid off employees, reduced hours, or shut down business due to the coronavirus pandemic. If you are ordered to pay child support and are facing a sudden change in income due to COVID-19 business closures or another reason (you were laid off, fired, out of work, are… Read More

Family Seeing A Psychotherapist

Allocating Parental Rights in Divorce

One important aspect of every divorce with children is allocating the parental rights between the parents. During a marriage, both parents presumptively make decisions for their children together. After a divorce, parental decision making will look different and will be governed by the terms in the Decree of Divorce. The Decree of Divorce will include… Read More

Texas Surrogacy Agreements Require Agreement by Many Parties

The overall concept of surrogacy has been around for a relatively short period of time, but the process has given new hope to parents who are unable to conceive or carry children and same-sex couples. The exact number of babies born through surrogacy to U.S. families each year is not known because most surrogacy pregnancies… Read More

Avoiding Christmas Custody Games

Christmas is finally here again. For millions of Americans, Christmas really is the most wonderful time of the year. But if you are in the middle of a divorce or child-custody modification, you may have discovered that reindeer aren’t the only ones who are playing games: Perhaps you just received an “Ex-text” informing you for… Read More

Adoption

The Fulfilling Journey to Adopting a Child

Adoption is a very special journey. In many ways it is a journey that could be the most joyous and fulfilling experience a person can have. Adoption statistics show how much adoptive parents cherish the time they have with their children. They appreciate every day the opportunity to be a mom and a dad, and… Read More

Parenting and Living with a Special Needs Child: The Unimagined Life

Dallas Family Attorneys want you to meet Isaac Lufkin. As a freshman place kicker for his Rhode Island football team the “Classics,” he helped the team to an undefeated season and freshman football state title. Like many football players his age, Isaac dreams of playing in the National Football League (NFL). Unlike many football players his age,… Read More

Paternity rights under Texas family law

If you are a male in Texas who is not married to the birth mother of a child, you may confront legal hurdles in your attempt to establish rights related to child custody, child visitation or other family law issues. This is because there are some legal presumptions for women under Texas law, which do… Read More