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News & Articles Related to Family Law

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Guns N Orders: Firearms and Family Law
by Fred Adams

There are a number of both state and federal laws about which the family law practitioner should be knowledgeable, so that they will be in a position to advise their clients. The most significant portion... Read More >

The New Normal
by Brian Loughmiller

Sheltering in place rules and emergency orders from various Courts in Texas have created new challenges for Family Law Attorneys. Procedurally courts are limiting court appearances only to emergencies or matters deemed essential. Substantively orders... Read More >

INSIGHT: Tips for Honing ‘Tele-Advocacy’ Online Skills
by Sally Pretorius and co-author Elizabeth Lippy

Using online tools to communicate with courts and advocate for clients is not that different from doing it in person, say KoonsFuller’s Sally Pretorius and Elizabeth Lippy, founder of Trial Advocacy & Consulting LLC. They... Read More >

“Zoom”ing into a new era
by Sally Pretorius

If there was ever a time to be thankful for technology, it is now. During the novel coronavirus pandemic, a majority of attorneys are finding themselves practicing social distancing, which means working remotely. Given our... Read More >

(re)Location, (re)Location, (re)Location
by Brian Loughmiller

In the last decade Texas has seen hundreds of corporate offices pop up across the state. With its healthy business environment and growing talent pool, Texas is like a magnet for corporate relocation. There are... Read More >

What You Need to Know About Alimony in Texas
by Brian Loughmiller

Alimony is one of the most misunderstood elements of Texas divorce law. Under the Texas Family Code, alimony is generally only available in marriages that are at least a decade long and a spouse seeking... Read More >

Mediation: An Alternative to Court
by Brian Loughmiller

When divorce seems inevitable, many people cringe at the idea that their divorce could take months or years to complete, and they might have to wait for a court date to have a judge decide... Read More >