Understanding Divorce and Bankruptcy During COVID-19

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Date May 7, 2020
Time 2 p.m. ET
Cost Free
Online
Beyond serious health concerns, COVID-19 is dramatically impacting every aspect of life – from marriage to finances. After so much forced togetherness, many ask if it’s possible to file for divorce while the courts are closed. Those who are already divorced or separated face unique challenges, like trying to afford child support after a sudden job loss. Single, married or apart, growing financial woes have many considering bankruptcy.

Family law attorney Carolyn Grimes and bankruptcy attorney Xue Connelly partner to host a webinar covering divorce, separation and bankruptcy during the COVID-19 crisis. They’ll cover topics, such as:

- How to file for divorce with the courts closed
- Using mediation to resolve family law issues
- Paying for child support and/or alimony after suddenly losing a job
- Arranging a custody schedule now that schools are closed
- Filing for bankruptcy to attain financial relief
- What not to do if you’re considering bankruptcy
- Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
- Filing for bankruptcy electronically

The webinar will involve a presentation followed by a live Q&A session. To send in questions in advance, please email oldtownlawyer1@gmail.com.

 


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