Divorce Filing Spikes Amidst COVID-19 Health Crisis

Divorce Filing Spikes Amidst COVID-19 Health Crisis

If you find yourself in need of a divorce after spending the last few months under quarantine with your spouse, you are not alone. The global health crisis has put additional stress on many relationships.

Many people have realized that their relationships are beyond the point of repair and have decided that now is the time to move forward.  Most courts are open now, and many aspects of the divorce process can be handled remotely due to helpful Executive Orders that have been passed in Connecticut.

People’s emotions have run high due to the pandemic, and unfortunately for some couples, it has led to abuse.  Some people have been in an abusive relationship, and this situation exacerbated it, and others are in unchartered territory and unsure as to how to proceed. Again, you are not alone. Help is a phone call away. You should always call the police for any emergency situations, but your next phone call should likely be to a lawyer.

If you are having a hard time finding a suitable law firm during the pandemic, look no further. Wolf & Shore Law Group is still serving clients via phone, email, and virtual meetings. We have the technology to coordinate virtual mediations, negotiations, and of course participate in the now-popular virtual court dates. We know that you need a dependable attorney now more than ever, and we are here to help you. Wolf & Shore Law Group has been, and will continue to be, open through the COVID-19 health crisis.

Attorneys Kristen Wolf & Shari-Lynn Cuomo Shore can assist you every step of the way, and make sure that you feel ready, and comfortable.  If you are looking to make your dissolution easier, not harder, we are the firm for you.  Ever argue with a woman? Let Wolf & Shore Law Group go to work for you. Call us at 203.745.3151 or email us at info@wolfandshorelaw.com.

 

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