May 27, 2020
Navigating a Fractured Marriage During COVID: Options for Moving Forward Now
- May 27, 2020
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- Related Practice Areas: Family Law
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.
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