The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way law offices and courts are doing business. They’re all still open, but meeting with clients and parties remotely, such as through online videoconferencing services like Zoom or Microsoft Teams. Other courts are using platforms like WebEx. If you have attended a hearing or mediation before, you know what to expect, but what should you expect now?
The popularity of Collaborative divorce is growing nationally and even internationally. Divorcing people are turning to this process where everyone agrees not to go to court because it provides them with a way to create a tailored divorce settlement using a team of professionals focused on the healthy transition of the family.
Selecting your attorney is an important choice, and one that should not be taken lightly. Your attorney is going to be the person helping to guide you through one of the most painful transitions you may face. He or she needs to know what they’re doing and be able to advise you of all your options, rights and responsibilities.
There is no doubt that the divorce process is painful and emotionally difficult. Even an amicable divorce marks the end of a marriage that was once full of [...]