Will Coronavirus Lead to a Spike in Divorce Rates?

Divorce Rate

Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the US, many have theorized that stay-at-home orders and working from home would eventually cause many couples to get divorced. Some have even likened quarantine to a relationship pressure cooker or a time machine, where couples experience years’ worth of conflict in the span of just a few months.  In...

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Tips for Co-Parenting in a COVID-19 World

Tips for Co-Parenting in a COVID-19 World | Albin Oldner Law | iStock-1226385634

Sharing parental responsibilities can be difficult under the best of circumstances. The spread of COVID-19 makes co-parenting even tougher for some, adding stress to the lives of parents and children alike. It’s now more difficult to strictly abide by the terms of visitation agreements, particularly agreements that were ordered before the outbrea...

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Overview The CARES Act is intended to be a broad economic stimulus and relief package.  In addition to benefits-related issues, it includes relief for businesses, cash assistance for individual taxpayers, public health provisions and other provisions.  The Senate hopes to vote on March 25. Once the bill moves through the Senate, the House ...

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Estate Planning Brought to the Forefront

Estate Planning Documents

Given the medically based impetus for this current societal and  home-based lifestyle, it brings to the forefront the need to deal with your estate planning. Our trusts and estates practitioners often get phone calls around the new year when people make resolutions to get their affairs in order or in the summer when couples go on trips withou...

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