And just what is a SAPCR, anyway? Divorce cases and SAPCR (pronounced "SAP- sir") cases are similar. A SAPCR is, and a divorce can be, about legal rights related to children. What does it stand for? SAPCR stands for "suit affecting the parent-child relationship". When is a case called "SAPCR? When there is not a divorce pending, but someone needs court direction about … [Read more...] about What is the Difference Between a Divorce Case and a SAPCR Case?
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While staying home, cleaning and organizing, find your Last Will and Testament and review it. Why This is a Good Time Some of us who are now working from home more are cleaning closets and drawers. This is a good time to do it because cleaning usually results in donations. There are a lot of people who need a little extra help now. They will appreciate donations of food, clothing, … [Read more...] about Clean Your House, Review Your Will
You are under court orders and your child decides they are NOT going to visit their other parent? What is the best way to handle this situation? Your Responsibility If you are under orders from the court to make the child available for visitation, you could be found in contempt of court if your ex decides to take this to a judge. Remember, court orders are in effect until they expire, or … [Read more...] about What if My Child Doesn’t Want to Go to Visitation?
It is important to understand how legal services and fees are billed. Although the invoices may vary from law firm to law firm, here is some general information that can help you understand your legal invoice. How do "services" differ from "costs"? When you pay for legal services, you are paying for the time that your attorney and staff spend on your case. Each person who is billing for … [Read more...] about Understanding Your Legal Invoice
Si se ha dado cuenta de que necesita un divorcio, es posible que se pregunte si el caso puede continuar mientras Covid-19 está en crisis. La respuesta es sí." Cosas que deben hacerse antes de la presentación de su caso ante la corte En primer lugar, comprenda que hay cosas que deben hacerse antes de la presentación real de los documentos con el Secretario del Distrito, o poco después de que … [Read more...] about Covid-19 Consejo # 19: ¿Es posible proceder con un divorcio durante Covid-19?
Abra esta publicación para ver el enlace en español. Covid-19 has turned our world upside down. Even things that we take for granted have to be thought through carefully. Our office has had inquiries from concerned parents about how to handle child visitation during covid-19. Understand that whatever court orders you have now are still in effect. This includes custody and visitation … [Read more...] about Covid-19 Tip #18: Child Visitation During Covid-19
Si está leyendo esto porque un ser querido falleció recientemente o está muy enfermo, le expresamos nuestras más sinceras condolencias. Esperamos que, de alguna manera, tener información sobre esta difícil situación pueda ayudarlo a aliviar un poco su preocupación. Si un ser querido ha muerto debido a Covid-19, o durante esta pandemia, es posible que se pregunte qué hacer. Lo más probable es … [Read more...] about COVID-19 CONSEJO # 17: ¿QUÉ SUCEDE SI NECESITA PRESENTAR UN PROBADO DURANTE COVID-19?
Abra esta publicación para ver el enlace en espanol. Covid-19 has hit the economy hard. It is affecting all of us in ways we would not have even imagined. In Texas, particularly in Houston, our economy is heavily tied to the oil industry. It is likely that economic changes will continue to unfold even after the initial health threat has passed. The Houston energy companies will need to … [Read more...] about Covid-19 Tip # 14: Have your Severance Package or Employment Contract Reviewed by a Texas Business Lawyer