Transitioning through the divorce process while simultaneously navigating all the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic is placing mounting pressure on men and fathers across the Unites States. Guys are facing unique dilemmas regarding family law issues such as child custody, child support, alimony, and more.
To help educate and guide these individuals during this trying time, DadsDivorce sponsor Cordell & Cordell is expanding its Coronavirus digital outreach efforts to men by introducing free weekly “town hall” meetings at 1 p.m. CT on Thursdays. Due to the live nature of the event, the exact time may change. Registrants will be alerted to any time changes.
The virtual town hall meetings will utilize online video and chat technology, allowing participants to participate in an interactive Q&A format on the Coronavirus and its effect on family law. Complete the registration form below to register for the town hall.
Cordell & Cordell’s Executive/Managing Partner and CEO, Scott Trout, will host the virtual townhall and give insight into the major issues facing families with a panel of Cordell & Cordell divorce lawyers from across the U.S.
The participants in the virtual town hall can submit 20-second-or-less in duration pre-recorded video questions for the panelists to answer during the meeting. Pre-recorded video questions can be submitted via email at Coronavirus.Divorce@cordelllaw.com.
Since March, Cordell & Cordell began their COVID-19 digital outreach by producing a series of free webinars and daily podcasts, all of which can be viewed and listened to on the Cordell & Cordell Divorce and COVID-19 Information Hub.
The webinars have been hosted by Cordell & Cordell divorce attorneys from around the United States answering questions about how COVID-19 is impacting divorce and child custody issues. The range of topics covered relevant to divorced fathers have included:
- Practical tips to ensure the safety and well-being of your children.
- Child custody issues such as how to arrange custody exchanges while quarantined.
- The financial fallout of COVID-19 such as what to do if you can no longer afford alimony or child support.
- How to deal with parental alienation issues when quarantine and shelter-in-place rules are used to keep children away from the other parent purposefully.