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May 20, 2020

Navigating a Fractured Marriage During COVID: Options for Moving Forward Now

For couples ready to move forward with a divorce, the court closures due to COVID-19 have added a good deal of uncertainty to an already difficult situation. Fortunately, there are several methods of alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, that can be accomplished remotely during this time.

As we adjust to this new norm, some courts are even processing uncontested divorces remotely. In jurisdictions that are not doing so, going through an ADR process can help you and your spouse reach an agreement about the end of the marriage, which can make it much faster, easier, and cheaper to finalize the divorce when the courts do reopen.

Paley Rothman's family law associates Hunter Grolman and Jacqueline Mendelsohn broke down different ways to keep a divorce moving forward, even during shutdown.  

A copy of the slides is available to download:

Navigating a Fractured Marriage During COVID: Options for Moving Forward Now - Click to Download

A recording of the full webinar can be seen below:


November 19, 2020

Six Attorneys Named “Top Lawyers” by Washingtonian Magazine - December 2020 Issue

Paula Calimafde, Michelle Chapin, Tracey Coates, Deborah Cohn, Glenn Cooper and Eva Juncker were all selected to Washingtonian's Top Lawyers list for 2020.

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The Clock is Ticking Again on Lawsuits

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted “business as usual” in many ways. People and businesses have been focusing on safety measures and efforts to maintain financial...

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