What You Need to Know to Protect Your Kids & Assets During a Pandemic
COVID-19 has most of us scared of the unknown right now, but what happens when family law matters are thrown into the mix?
With the current panic over Coronavirus, many of our family law clients are wondering how they should respond. It’s essential that you protect your rights, and your children’s rights during this time.
You may be wondering…
- Can my spouse take my kids on vacation during the Coronavirus Pandemic?
- Can my spouse take my kids near other people during the Coronavirus Pandemic?
- How do I get a divorce during the Coronavirus Pandemic?
- How do I protect my assets during the Coronavirus Pandemic?
While social distancing is recommended during this time, how can you protect your children and their health if your spouse fails to comply with the recommendations made by the CDC and government? Even short visits with extended family, such as grandparents, aunts, and uncles, can put kids at risk.
Additionally, the Coronavirus outbreak has led to delays in divorces and court proceedings as many courts have closed their doors. Questions may arise about the length of your divorce, and what you can expect as the pandemic moves forward.
In response to this, we put together this Free Booklet, “Divorce & Child Custody: What Are Your Legal Rights During Coronavirus?”
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At Charlotte Christian Law, we focus solely on family law and have a wealth of experience to draw upon to help guide you through this uncertain period.
We understand that even though many of us are staying home, life doesn’t stop. There are concerns that must be dealt with and the welfare of children must be protected.
We want you to know that we are here to address your legal issues and to help you avoid the stress that can come with uncertainty about your divorce or your children or other important matters.