Denton County has removed restrictions on in-person visitation in CPS cases for the month of May 2020

Posted by Helene Parker | May 01, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Denton County District Courts have posted new orders for CPS cases. 

From May 1, 2020 through June 1, 2020, parties in CPS cases may, if agreed to by all participants, have "in person" visitation with their children.  If there is opposition from any participant in a CPS case, then "in person" visitation shall not occur, and visitation shall continue to be conducted through video-conferencing, such as Facetime, Zoom, or Gotomeeting.

A party who encounters opposition to "in person" visitation may file a motion with the Court for "in person" visits and request a hearing on their motion.

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Helene Parker

Ms. Parker has been a licensed attorney in Texas since 1997.  She is Board Certified in Family Law. Ms. Parker received her B.A. from California State University, Fullerton in History and Art.  Cal State Fullerton was not Ms. Parkers first university; she spent her freshman year at American Uni...


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