Delays to Court Deadlines and New Divorces

Court deadlines have been delayed to April 19. What does that mean for new divorces?

NYC Update: What Court Cases Will Be Heard Through April 19, 2020

Here’s a quick update on the order issued by the Court Administration.

Update: Court Orders During Covid-19

More questions answered about your court orders during quarantine.

Co-Parenting Issues During COVID-19

Is your coparent giving you a hard time about the custody schedule? NYC may be sheltering in place soon, how will you see your child?

“In sickness and in health,” but not in Quarantine: why COVID-19 may trigger divorce rate spike

The Dow has dropped, but divorce rates may spike as the coronavirus leads more couples into work-from-home solutions in close quarters that can lead to increased marital disputes.

Upset couple ignoring each other on sofa
That extra time together could spell disaster to some relationships.

With the news of companies moving to keep workers on voluntary quarantine — working from home where possible — and various state responses to the pandemic, couples already in a fractious relationship may now find themselves stuck at home together. Being stuck in close quarters is generally positive for most couples, but those who are already having relationship problems may find themselves pushed over the edge.

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