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Does COVID-19 Affect Child Custody Orders?
Does COVID-19 Affect Child Custody Orders?

On March 22, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins issued a shelter-in-home order similar to stay-at-home orders other major cities like Los Angeles and New York City are enforcing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The shelter-in-place order aims to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody

  • Attorney Sanjay Mathur of Mathur Law Offices Selected as 10 Best in Texas for Client Satisfaction of 2017

    Our firm, Mathur Law Offices, is thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Sanjay Mathur has been selected as part of the 10 Best in Texas for Client ...

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  • Uncontested and Contested Divorces: What are the Differences?

    Regardless of the reasons that you and your spouse are pursuing a divorce, sometimes splitting up really is the best way to have a happy ending. For ...

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  • How Can a Grandparent Obtain Custody?

    Custody can generally be defined as the rights and privileges parents have to raise their child, both physically and legally. Parents are the ...

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  • What is a Parenting Plan?

    In 2005, the Texas legislature updated the state's child custody and visitation laws , and one of its changes was the requirement of parenting plans. ...

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