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Cordell & Cordell Hosting Virtual COVID-19 and Divorce Town Hall

Cordell & Cordell Hosting Virtual COVID-19 and Divorce Town Hall

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Transitioning through the divorce process while simultaneously navigating all the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic is placing mounting pressure on men and fathers across the Unites States. Guys are facing unique dilemmas regarding family law issues such as child custody, child support, alimony, and more.

To help educate and guide these individuals during this
trying time, DadsDivorce sponsor Cordell & Cordell is expanding its
Coronavirus digital outreach efforts to men by introducing free weekly “town
hall” meetings at 1 p.m. CT on Thursdays. Due to the live nature of the event,
the exact time may change. Registrants will be alerted to any time changes.

The virtual town hall meetings will utilize online video and chat technology, allowing participants to participate in an interactive Q&A format on the Coronavirus and its effect on family law. Complete the registration form below to register for the town hall.

Cordell & Cordell’s Executive/Managing Partner and CEO,
Scott Trout, will host the virtual townhall and give insight into the major
issues facing families with a panel of Cordell & Cordell divorce lawyers
from across the U.S.

The participants in the virtual town hall can submit
20-second-or-less in duration pre-recorded video questions for the panelists to
answer during the meeting. Pre-recorded video questions can be submitted via
email at Coronavirus.Divorce@cordelllaw.com.

Since March, Cordell & Cordell began their COVID-19 digital outreach by
producing a series of free webinars and daily podcasts, all of which can be
viewed and listened to on the Cordell
& Cordell Divorce and COVID-19 Information Hub
.

The webinars have been hosted by Cordell & Cordell divorce attorneys from
around the United States answering questions about how COVID-19 is impacting
divorce and child custody issues. The range of topics covered relevant to
divorced fathers have included:

  • Practical tips to ensure the safety and well-being of your children.
  • Child custody issues such as how to arrange custody exchanges while quarantined.
  • The financial fallout of COVID-19 such as what to do if you can no longer afford alimony or child support.
  • How to deal with parental alienation issues when quarantine and shelter-in-place rules are used to keep children away from the other parent purposefully.
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COVID-19 and Divorce Information Hub

Cordell & Cordell Launches COVID-19 and Divorce Information Hub

COVID-19 and Divorce Information Hub

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered day-to-day life across the globe. As the virus has spread and communities have shut down due to quarantine and shelter-in-place orders, more dads are facing questions about how the pandemic will impact their divorce or child custody situation.

Fathers across the country have questions about family law matters that have a tremendous effect on their lives. In an effort to guide dads through this uncertain time, Cordell & Cordell divorce attorneys have produced a series of weekly webinars and podcasts addressing some of the most frequently asked questions, including:

  • How will parenting time and visitation impacted
    during stay-at-home orders?
  • Is it possible to file for divorce when family
    courts are shut down because of the Coronavirus?
  • What options are available if you lose your job
    during the pandemic and can no longer afford child support or alimony?
  • How can I ensure my children are safe and
    healthy when I share custody with my ex-wife?

Cordell & Cordell CEO/Managing Partner Scott Trout talks with divorce attorneys across the country about the family law issues they are seeing arise during the pandemic. All webinars and podcast episodes can be viewed in their entirety on Cordell & Cordell’s COVID-19 Information Hub. This resource center is designed to be a go-to source covering all the ways in which the pandemic is factoring into family law issues.

Much uncertainty still lies ahead, but these webinars and
podcasts will help educate you and give you the information you need to make
responsible decisions that help protect you and your loved ones.

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Coronavirus divorce webinar

Cordell & Cordell Continuing Weekly COVID-19 And Divorce Webinar Series

Coronavirus divorce webinar

Cordell & Cordell is hosting a free webinar series, titled “Can the Coronavirus Affect Custodial Rights? How Divorces And Parenting Time May Be Impacted” for individuals dealing with unprecedented issues involving the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and their divorce or child custody situations.

The series will air at 1 p.m. CT, Thursdays and will feature Cordell & Cordell attorneys answering questions about how the Coronavirus is impacting family law issues. The firm’s first Coronavirus family law webinar aired Thursday, March 26 and is available here.

The first webinar covered a range of topics relevant to
divorced fathers, such as:

  • Practical tips to ensure the safety and
    well-being of your children.
  • Child custody issues such as how to arrange
    custody exchanges while quarantined.
  • The financial fallout of COVID-19 such as what
    to do if you can no longer afford alimony or child support.
  • How to proceed with your divorce if family
    courts are closed due to the virus

With the uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, it is vital to stay informed and prepare as much as possible for what lies ahead. This weekly webinar series will ensure that you are educated and in position to make decisions to help protect yourself and your loved ones.

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