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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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Individual Divorce Tasks:  Updating Important Information

Individual Divorce Tasks: Updating Important Information

When divorce terms are finalized and binding  it does not necessarily mean it is time for the divorcing couple to sit back and relax.

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Personal, Property & Financial Information Your Divorce Attorney Will Need

Personal, Property & Financial Information Your Divorce Attorney Will Need

Once you’ve made your decision to divorce, your new attorney will need information from you in order to get the ball rolling and the divorce process started.

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