As the COVID-19 crisis continues to expand across all states, many state and federal courts remain closed to the public. This means that the majority of hearings and other proceedings have been postponed. While the move makes sense on a public health basis, this can be a troubling development for many who are currently dealing with a family law issue such as divorce or custody dispute.
At the Law Offices of James P. White, we focus on taking clients through legal venues and options that best make sense for their legal needs. Over the years, this has made mediation a popular alternative to traditional divorce proceedings not just in our offices, but across the entire legal arena.
As the COVID-19 epidemic goes on into the summer, Alameda County has released a variety of guidelines in regards to child custody and visitation issues that might crop up during these unusual times. Naturally, there’s a lot of questions floating around, especially in regards to child custody and visitation.
Here’s a quick crash course of what these guidelines entail.
Following up on our last blog post, today we wanted to look at the statistics from a different angle. Today’s post is a look at what the average couple that is getting divorced consists of.
Of course, note that we’re only looking at this from a general statistics perspective. Everyone’s situation is unique and we at the Law Offices of James P. White understand that a one-size fits all approach does not work when it comes to divorce.