Inevitably, financial crisis, including the recent recession, result in countless child support applications, most commonly, contempt / violation proceedings as well as modification petitions seeking to reduce support orders. The Coronavirus pandemic will certainly yield an influx of such casesin coming weeks and months. Undoubtedly, parents will have many questions about how the Coronavirus and.
During these difficult times, parents have frequently asked the same question – what to do about custody and visitation during the Coronavirus pandemic? Does I have to provide the child for visitation? Am I entitled to my visitation during the Coronavirus? In an attempt to preemptively address these issues, the Texas Supreme Court granted an.
Earlier today, we posted regarding a notice from Judge Hinrichs regarding adjournments and closures of the Suffolk County courts. Since that post, Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks released a statement providing for further updates on court closures. A copy of that memorandum can be found here. Pursuant to the memorandum, starting on Tuesday, March.
Since this post was first published, additional information has become available. Please see our updated post regarding court closures resulting from the Coronavirus. To all of our clients, Please see the message below from Administrative Judge, C. Randall Hinrichs regarding the Suffolk County court’s response to the Coronavirus. If any clients wish to adjourn their.