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COVID-19 Resource Page
Our lives are changing daily in response to COVID-19. Many are teleworking for the first time. Others are finding themselves unemployed due to the crisis. Many parents are adapting to having their school-aged children at home during the day and learning how to support their child’s education. The situation seems to change daily and can be quite confusing. We want to keep you posted with information that is timely and relevant so you have to the tools to help your family during this time.
CURRENT COURT STANDING ORDERS AND GUIDE RELATED TO COVID-19
Guidance for All Court Proceedings During COVID-19 Pandemic:
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April 27, 2020 – Governor Abbott Announces Phase One to Open Texas:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
How to Calm Intense Emotions and Challenging Behaviors during COVID:
Working while Homeschooling: 7 Tips that Actually Help:
Esther Perel on Life and Love under Quarantine:
McKinney COVID-19 Updates:
Frisco COVID-19 Updates:
Plano COVID-19 Updates:
Allen COVID-19 Updates:
Dallas COVID-19 Updates:
Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-14, dated March 31, 2020:
Collin County Updates
Dallas County Updates
Denton County Updates
If you have a current Court Order that affects custody, visitation or child support for your children, you have questions about how the current crisis affects custody and visitation, or how the economic impact affects child support. If you are the parent of a child with a disability, you are now finding yourself on the front lines of your child’s special education.
Are you having difficulty co-parenting during this time? Are you in a strained marriage and afraid to move forward during this time? Are you wanting to plan for divorce in the future but make sure you are protected today? Are you in a toxic or abusive relationship that is made worse by the current crisis? Are you concerned for your children? COVID-19 has brought stress, anxiety, loss of income and isolation to many – the very things that can lead to an increase in domestic violence and child abuse.
Do you have questions about how COVID-19 will affect your child’s special education?
At The Ramage Law Group, we are offering a free 30 minute consultation to review your questions related to COVID-19 and its impact on your family.
CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE A COVID-19 CONSULTATON
Knowledge is empowering. Especially during a time that so much is changing. AtThe Ramage Law Group we always strive to educate our clients so they can make informed decisions during critical times. As a service to the community and our clients, we will be hosting a series of webinars, addressing everything from financial planning to co-parenting to education during this time. Please join host Sharon Ramage as she interviews counselors, financial planners, educators, and many other leaders in our community who can provide answers to your questions and valuable resources for you that will be helpful now and in the future. We all get through this together!