DadsDivorce sponsor, Cordell & Cordell, is producing a podcast series examining how the Coronavirus pandemic is affecting specific family law issues.
Each week, the firm is hosting a free weekly webinar about COVID-19 and divorce. In the podcast, Cordell & Cordell divorce attorneys dive deeper into one of the specific topics covered in the webinar.
In the latest episode, Cordell & Cordell CEO Scott Trout and divorce attorney Will Halaz III examine how child support and alimony payments might be affected by the pandemic.
Across the country, employees are being laid off and furloughed as businesses take hits due to stay-at-home and quarantine orders. What happens if you face a sudden dramatic change in your income or employment status but are still facing monthly child support or alimony payments?
Mr. Trout and Mr. Halaz discuss this topic and more in the latest episode.
Click the link below to listen to the full episode. Also make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or whichever podcast app you prefer.
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