In this podcast, they discuss the opening of the 87th Legislative Session concerning the events of January 6th, 2021 in Washington DC, media influence on our culture, and a brief discussion on charter schools in Texas.
Family Law Issues Concerning Children In Public Schools, Capacity Building of Legal Knowledge for Administrators and Frontline Personnel
This workshop will provide an understanding of key points of family law as it applies to school-aged children through an interactive presentation designed to assist administrators and “frontline” personnel who regularly encounter these issues face to face with the following:
- Determining the validity of temporary and final court orders (including Temporary Restraining Orders and Rule 11 Agreements);
- Understanding parents’ court-ordered rights to make educational decisions for their child(ren) and orders for possession and access in divorce decrees, establishment orders, suits affecting the parent-child relationship, and modification orders;
- A discussion regarding orders related to Child Protective Services involvement;
- How to deal with issues that arise when court orders are silent or vague as to certain parental rights; and
- An overview on protective orders, termination of parental rights, and non-disclosure orders. Presenter: Attorney, Jill Williams, Powell, Youngblood & Taylor
Important Workshop Information:
Jill Williams is the Managing Partner for Powell Law Group’s Corpus Christi Office. Mrs. Williams has an extensive background and expertise in family law through her years as Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas Office of the Attorney General –Child Support Division where she managed an 11-county region here in South Texas. Mrs. Williams will offer some practical advice that will help the non-attorney understand how to handle situations that often arise during disputes between parents and/or grandparents on school campuses and how to ensure you are using proper diligence to comply with the most current court orders regarding the safety and well-being of the child(ren).