While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the legal landscape it has not changed our unwavering service to and advocacy for our clients. Walters Gilbreath, PLLC was fortunate to operate a paperless and cloud based firm for many years prior to the pandemic and, as such, we seamlessly adapted to the many changes the pandemic has posed to the legal industry.
We pride ourselves on our accessibility and approachability and, in many ways, the pandemic has allowed us to expand our services to accommodate our clients at the highest level. We take all precautions necessary to ensure the safety of our clients and our staff when in person meetings and hearings are necessary. We also offer myriad options to connect remotely from the convenience and safety of your home or office. As things continue to change with the pandemic our level of service to our clients will not.
This week Jake, along with special guest Audrey Blair, discuss changes to the rules governing discovery in family court proceedings. Audrey Blair provides representation to clients in Family Law Appeals and Litigation Support for attorneys. She is a Board Certified family attorney and has been practicing family law in Texas since 2002. With her background in family law and family law litigation, Audrey brings vast experience and knowledge to the resolution of family law issues. Listen as...read more
The government and business response to the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in economic catastrophe for millions of Texans. Economic hardship arising from the spread of COVID-19 have impacted millions of Texans. Many have lost their jobs or faced significant financial harm. That affects people in many ways, including child support. If you receive child support, getting that check each month is that much more important right now. If you are the parent that pays child support, making ends meet...read more
This week on the Texas Family Law podcast your hosts Jake and Brian discuss virtual courtrooms. Virtual hearings are now commonplace due to COVID-19 and they're causing some serious changes to the way hearings are run. Tune in to learn about what to expect at your virtual hearing, tips for making a good impression with the judge, and some things to try to avoid! The Texas Family Law Podcast is available for download on Apple Podcasts, as well as on SoundCloud and Spotify. Don't feel ...read more
Business Valuations have never been more difficult than right now. Brian and Jake sit down to help answer the questions you have about valuing your business during a divorce during the ongoing pandemic. The Texas Family Law Podcast is available for download on Apple Podcasts, as well as on SoundCloud and Spotify. Don't feel like listening to it? The entire transcript is available below.read more
How does COVID-19 and the related shelter-in-place directives affect your rights as a parent in Texas? How does visitation work right now? What if the other parent is not behaving safely? We answer these and more as we discuss the latest news. The Texas Family Law podcast is available for download on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.read more
How is COVID-19 impacting our Texas Family & Divorce Law Court system? How is it impacting lawyers and clients working together? Our hosts Jake & Brian answer these questions and more as they do a deep dive into the ways COVID-19 is changing our family court systems. The Texas Family Law podcast is available for download on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.read more
With society shutting down, social distancing in effect, and courthouses closed throughout the state, people are wondering: what happens to divorces and child custody disputes in the state of Texas during times of crisis? Are all disputes paused until further notice? Not at all. Family law litigation is the most important litigation at the courthouse, and even amidst this crisis, families still need resolutions, particularly in situations involving child custody and family violence. Due ...read more