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Are Most Court Hearings Conducted Via Zoom?

July 12, 2022

Courts moved online. This is probably concerning to many people since Zoom court is changing how justice is being served. This is partially due to COVID-19 infections that surged for the first time and caused American courts to alter their operations. As case backlogs swelled, courts transferred online at an... View Article

How Has Covid Affected Court Proceedings?

June 13, 2022

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on court proceedings around the world. In many countries, court emergency response plans have included closing their doors entirely to prevent the spread of the virus. In others, courts have remained open but have implemented strict social distancing measures. Other precautions such... View Article

How Do I Get My Spouse To Help Pay for Our Child After a Divorce?

May 19, 2022

A divorce can be emotionally draining and frustrating between you and your spouse, including your children. However, if it is inevitable, specific factors to consider include who will pay child support or who will take custody of the child or children. Regardless of the type of relationship you have with... View Article

Can I Divorce Without a Lawyer?

September 24, 2021

Divorce can be expensive. People often wonder if they can get divorced without the help of a divorce attorney. The answer is technically yes—but depending on your marriage length and financial circumstances, it’s not recommended. If you want help protecting separate assets and ensuring your right to half of the... View Article

My Ex Got My Stimulus Check—How Can I Get My Portion Back?

June 7, 2021

Since April 2020, many Americans have received as many as three stimulus payments to help them get through the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re going through a divorce, the stimulus checks may have been mailed to your ex (or direct deposited in their account). When a divorce is less than amicable—or... View Article

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