If the COVID-19 quarantine has you contemplating whether it may be time for you and your spouse to part ways, you are certainly not alone. Since it began, rates of divorce during the pandemic have been sharply on the rise. With nowhere to go but home – making it more difficult than ever for couples to distance themselves from their marital strife – troubles in relationships during the coronavirus pandemic have been magnified exponentially. As a result, according to data from Legal Templates, there was a 34% increase in the number of people considering divorce during COVID from March through June 2020, as compared to the same time period in 2019.
Divorce During the Covid Pandemic
In this on-demand webinar, Divorce in These Uncertain Times, Erin DeGeorge answers many of the most common questions about breaking up during COVID and, ultimately, what a pandemic divorce looks like. She discusses whether you can get a divorce now through the New Jersey court system, as well as the potential impacts on the length of the process and how custody and parenting time may be affected as the pandemic continues. Finally, she provides options for individuals who may not be able to pay their child support obligations due to a reduction in income.
Download this important and timely webinar now to get all of your COVID-19 divorce questions answered. You’ve endured enough throughout this pandemic, relationship issues included. Don’t let your COVID divorce-related uncertainties keep you from taking the necessary next steps.