As court processes are being constrained or precluded altogether due to the coronavirus situation, alternative forms of dispute resolution are on the rise—perhaps like never before. What does this mean for your practice?
What does it mean for how you should be advising your clients as they navigate the field of family law? The landscape is changing fast, and unpredictably. Richard Jacobs warns you of this and shares information that could prepare you for dealing with it.
In addition to more alternative dispute resolution methods, court orders, such as those for spousal and child support are being created with modification provisions, in light of the changing economy and the constant risk of losing employment amid coronavirus restrictions.
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