Best Practices With Virtual Mediation

The attorneys at Hance Law Group have already participated in numerous virtual mediations with our clients during the quarantine. Based on those experiences, as well as our discussions with other lawyers and mediators about best practices with virtual mediation, here are five practical tips for participating in a virtual mediation: 1. Preparation is important (even more…

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Social Distancing Shopping Tips

We’re all trying to do our part to stay at home to slow the spread of COVID-19, but we all need different essentials to provide for our family’s needs. Check out the below resources for some savvy social distancing options to help you get what you need while staying safe. Chef’s Produce Company – This Texas-based…

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I know, I know, divorce is hell.  You’ve been through the wringer. You’re curious about tinder.  Fine. No one can stop you. But people, please, be aware. If you have children with your ex, the rules are different.  No longer are you single in Vegas, even if technically you are actually single and in Vegas,…

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As if divorce weren’t tough enough, throw in long-distance parenting and you’ve got a tricky proposition.  In today’s fast-paced existence, the reality is that both parents aren’t always able to live within the bounds of standard language in your typical Texas custody agreement, whether the reason is financial (job) or personal (you name it). Let’s…

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Five Tips to Protect and Maintain Your Separate Property

In the beginning, there was the word, and that word was Separate Property.  Technically, that’s two words, but who’s counting anyway. To those readers who as kids sharpened their crayons so they would never color outside the lines—this article is for you! Unfortunately, that group also stopped reading after the whole word/words debacle in the…

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What back in the day was called a “social study” is now termed a “child custody evaluation”—either way, if you have one, full disclosure: you, your ex, and your children are probably in for a roller coaster. By no means am I saying do not have an evaluation—sometimes they are absolutely necessary, the clear right…

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