There are a lot of things that the coronavirus pandemic has complicated. That includes parents who just want to see their kids. Divorce, custody arrangements and child support are already stressful, confusing, and sometimes contentious. So what happens when parents can’t agree?
With courthouses and law offices closed, and therefore no one to mediate them, custody battles can turn ugly quickly. There are no universal rules for family law courts to follow across the country, so custody and child support disputes in the time of COVID-19 are uncharted territory for divorced or separated parents and family law attorneys.
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