The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
and the Association of Family and Conciliation
Courts have have issued the following statement,
which we are recommending to be followed during this trying time: “BE COMPLIANT with court orders and custody agreements. As much as possible, try to avoid reinventing the wheel despite the unusual circumstances. The custody agreement or court order exists to prevent endless haggling over the details of timesharing. In some jurisdictions there are even standing orders mandating that, if schools are closed, custody agreements should remain in force as though school were still in session.”
Savage Law temporary office hours and procedures
Savage Law is committed to keeping our community safe from the COVID-19 pandemic. During this time of social distancing, we will frequently be working remotely, and we are only offering phone consultations. Please email email@example.com to schedule a phone conference. Be aware that when we call you, the phone number will show as unavailable or blocked.
Yes, you can still get a divorce during the Covid-19 pandemic
If you and your spouse have all the details of your divorce worked out including property distribution and parenting time (if you have minor children), you can still get divorced without ever being in front of a Judge. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a phone consultation.