We’re now several months into the COVID-19 outbreak and the timeline is still rather blurred. With different states and organizations offering different guidelines, it’s clear that we are still at least weeks away from returning to any sort of “normal.”
Today, we wanted to switch things up a bit. Instead of taking a more focused look at one topic, we thought it might be useful to compile a brief vocabulary list that can help anyone involved in a CA divorce. This post contains some of the more common terms you should be familiar with, though keep in mind that this is not an exhaustive list!
With the COVID-19 outbreak in the forefront of everyone’s mind, many parents have begun to ask themselves the following question: “what if I get sick?” This doesn’t just apply to the coronavirus either, and the possibility of illness or disability is always present.
The effects that COVID-19 is having across all facets of life is unprecedented. The outbreak has spun the economy to a stand-still, infected over 3.5 million people globally as of this writing, and has forced countless into voluntary and involuntary quarantine.
Today, we’re discussing the effects that the pandemic is having on divorces, especially considering that many courts are closed for divorces.