Does it make sense to wait on starting or completing your divorce process in the time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Explore how the coronavirus might affect your divorce in terms of health, economic and divorce settlement issues.
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Amid increasing coronavirus fears, an ER doctor has lost custody of her four-year-old daughter after her ex-husband filed an emergency order for full custody.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many individuals have been laid off or furloughed, forcing their hours of employment or income to be reduced.
We are dealing with a time of global crisis. Your personal lifestyle has been affected by school closings, business closings and court closings. And, if you’re in a divorce, the Coronavirus is affecting that, too. Here’s what you can do.
Even in the best of times, happiness in a second marriage can be difficult to sustain. However, fostering a safe space where you and your partner (and family members) can turn to each other for support, is key to helping you all weather the storm.
Getting divorced in a country where you don’t speak the language natively comes with added complications. The emotional toll of the process can be intense. Of course, that’s also before the addition of coronavirus health risks, national lockdowns and closed borders.
We’re offering a new page with a continuously updated list of articles and resources on the COVID-19 Coronavirus and its impact on individuals and families experiencing separation or divorce.
If while following a stay at home order, you feel that you and/or your children are being threatened or at risk for abuse, you are encouraged to apply for a PFA (Protection From Abuse) Order.
You probably won’t be able to get the bulk of your divorce issues resolved right now, but you can still work on your divorce with video conferencing with your attorney and other divorce professionals – such as a divorce coach, financial analyst, or accountant.
Are divorce rates, parenting time and child custody conflicts increasing because of the coronavirus pandemic?