Meet Morgan Morgan joined our team in May as our legal intern. She will working closely with all attorneys drafting pleadings, correspondence, etc. She will also be joining the attorneys in court. She is a graduate of University of Rhode Island and is currently pursuing her JD at University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law in Concord, NH. Background Morgan has a lot of Media and Marketing experience, which allows her to bring

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Texas State-Wide Injunction Protecting Parents

by Julia Chun A new development on the investigation of a transgender teenager’s parents provides protections for all parents of transgender children throughout the state. Judge Amy Clark Meachum issued a temporary restraining order to protect the Jane Doe and John Doe parents from potential job risk and further investigations. While the previous ruling on March 2nd protected the parents from being investigated, Judge Meachum also issued a statewide temporary injunction Judge Meachum’s order states

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Tribal Child Custody Rights

by Julia Chun The supreme court will consider the constitutionality of an Act which gives tribes priority in determining the outcome of adoption proceedings. This act also known as the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 ensures safeguards for tribes making it challenging to remove Native American children from their parents. This Act was enacted to protect the children from institutional violence and removal. Family law decisions regarding child custody are primarily based on the

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Parents of Transgender Teen win TRO that blocks Texas from Investigating Them

By Julia Chun On March 2nd, 2022, a judge in Travis County, Texas blocked the state Federal and Protective Services from investigating the parents of a transgender teenager receiving gender-confirming treatments. The department sought to investigate the parents on the grounds of labeling these treatments as child abuse. The American Civil Liberties Union vehemently fought attorney general Ken Paxton’s opinion, stating that the ruling would result in “irreparable harm” to the family and all others.

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Cryptocurrency, Digital Assets, and Divorce

By Julia Chun Cryptocurrency, Digital Assets, and Divorce When separating, two parties will traditionally split assets, including investments. While investments in real estate or traditional stocks are substantively traceable, cryptocurrency is a whole new ball game. Divorce lawyers report that spouses often withhold the accurate amount of their holdings; other times they may transfer the funds to online wallets. While funds traded on apps such as Coinbase and Robinhood can be investigated and ordered by

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