Clients often ask about alimony and why Texas does not allow for alimony. The truth is Texas law does allow for the same-type support, but the support is called “spousal support” or “spousal maintenance.” Because spousal support is a statutory remedy, the court may only award the same if the statutory requirements are met. To […]
Our firm assists clients in defending against Americans with Disability Act (“ADA”) claims, and most recently in a very similar case in the Second District of New York. The trend is incredibly disturbing––not because disabled people should have access to business websites––but the lack of clarity provided by the ADA regarding websites. Because the federal […]
The Texas Supreme Court issued the following statement in response to the state of emergency declared by Governor Greg Abbott. We’ve previously discussed how the closure of schools due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak may affect parental custody of their children. That article in full is available here.
Not only is COVID-19 causing concern across the globe, it is also affecting many families right here in Bexar County on a very personal level. We are referring to those parents that share custody or possession of their child(ren) with the other parent – those families that are governed by a Standard Possession Order (SPO). […]