May
6
2020
How To Navigate Custody Problems During Coronavirus
Every day we hear another report about how a carefully negotiated custody agreement has been upended by the pandemic. One that struck me today is the story of a doctor who drove to her soon-to-be former husband’s house to pick up their two young children after her shift at an urgent care clinic.
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April
17
2020
How Coronavirus is Affecting Domestic Violence Victims
The coronavirus’ mandatory isolation requirements have left many victims of domestic violence locked in with their abusers, isolated from people and resources that could help them.
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April
13
2020
Issues to Consider During COVID-19
The new Coronavirus stimulus package, which was recently signed by the President, aims to help those individuals affected by the economic challenges brought on by the pandemic. The stimulus checks will be based on the way you filed your taxes (individually or jointly) and your income. The issues surrounding this topic are complicated and you might need to consult your accountant, but here are a few important things to keep in mind.
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March
27
2020
Which States Have the Highest and Lowest Divorce Rates?
In recent years, divorce rates in the US have been on a steady decline. QuoteWizard published a report that found the overall divorce rate decreased by almost 20% between 2009 and 2018. This could be due to two interesting factors: overall, fewer marriages are taking place, and couples these days are getting married later in life.
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March
25
2020
Coronavirus, Divorce, and Child Custody
In recent weeks, people all over the world have felt the effects of the Coronavirus. The goal right now is isolation, separating ourselves from the outside world as much as possible. For those undergoing a custody battle as a result of a divorce, the restrictions posed by this mandated isolation practices might cause some stress.
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