Tag Archives: COVID-19 pandemic

Tips for Your Virtual Family Court Hearing

Due to the ever-present dangers associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more court hearings are happening virtually these days. These are still relatively new endeavors for court officials and attorneys, and everyone has had to sort of grow more comfortable in the virtual setting together throughout the last year. Here are a few tips… Read More »

Tips for Working at Home With Your Spouse During COVID-19

People across the United States suddenly find themselves working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, and perhaps even more stressful in some circumstances, working from home alongside a partner. While there might have been an initial novelty to this, it likely wore off quickly, and could become the source of tension in your relationship. There… Read More »

What to Do About Visitation Refusal During COVID-19

The stay at home orders issued by most governors around the country during the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in some challenges for divorced parents with timesharing or visitation arrangements for their children. Custodial parents may be hesitant to allow visitation to continue as normal due to the risk of infection. So what should you do… Read More »

Tips to Help Your Relationship Survive the COVID-19 Pandemic

Divorce lawyers and sociologists expect to see a significant bump in divorce numbers during and after the stay at home orders that have been handed down for the COVID-19 pandemic. For couples who are already having difficulties, being trapped in confined spaces with each other means fewer opportunities to avoid difficult conversations about the issues… Read More »

Is It Still Possible to Get Divorced While Under a Stay At Home Order?

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a lot more time in close quarters with family. For couples who have already been having troubles in their marriage, this may result in those tensions finally boiling over to the point where they decide the best path forward is to get a divorce. But can a divorce even… Read More »

Attorneys Expect to See Surge in Divorces After COVID-19 Pandemic Subsides

The COVID-19 pandemic has many people spending much more time at home than usual, away from friends and extended family members and in confined spaces with spouses and children. For those who had already been experiencing some marital problems, this could result in a powder keg-like situation. Researchers believe the pandemic will cause a surge… Read More »

Making Up Lost Parenting Time Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a lot of challenges for divorced parents who split custody of their children. Changing circumstances with work and school may make it necessary for changes to be made here and there to custody arrangements, which means one parent might not get as much time with the children as usual. It is… Read More »

Tips for Divorced Parents for Coparenting During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in some massive changes to many people’s everyday lives. Now, with children across the country off of school, there are even more coparenting challenges for divorced parents to deal with than usual. There is a complicated balance to maintain during the pandemic between keeping everyone safe but also honoring the… Read More »