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Doing Our Part: COVID-19
Doing Our Part: COVID-19

To help do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19, Casey, Simmons and Bryant, PLLC, will be closing our offices from March 30, through April 10, at which time we will reassess whether further closure is necessary. Our attorneys and staff are working from home and remain ...

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  • Doing Our Part: COVID-19

    To help do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19, Casey, Simmons and Bryant, PLLC, will be closing our offices from March 30, through April 10, at which time we will reassess whether further closure ...

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  • Contempt of Court for Missing Child Support Payments

    The duty to pay adequate financial support to provide for the needs of a child applies to all parents. Although child support disputes typically stem from divorce proceedings, this duty does not arise ...

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  • Getting Your Ex to Pay for Your Attorney

    Divorce cases can be emotionally and financially draining. Sometimes, the parties in a divorce case are not on equal footing when it comes to economic resources. To avoid the prejudices that may arise ...

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  • Why You Should Create a Will

    While an estate plan can provide a wide variety of advantages, many people never create a will. There are many reasons why a person doesn’t have a will; whether they are unaware of the benefits, ...

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  • Can You Modify a Parenting Plan?

    Can You Modify a Parenting Plan? If your current parenting plan does not suit the needs or schedule of all parties involved, you can return to court to request a modification. However, the request ...

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  • Can a Child Choose Not to Visit a Parent?

    Can a Child Refuse Visitation With Non Custodial Parent? Co-parenting with a former spouse might seem like an unending challenge and if your children are refusing to visit their other parent, this can ...

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