Co-parenting During the Holidays and COVID-19

2020-12-15T11:19:07-05:00

By Matthew Marcellino We all know the Holidays can be a bit stressful, whether it’s setting up decorations, Christmas shopping, or planning Holiday travel. Going through a divorce or separation will add an additional layer of stress to the Holidays when new traditions must be adopted to accommodate new family structures and schedules. And [...]

Co-parenting During the Holidays and COVID-192020-12-15T11:19:07-05:00

Facing a Separation Post-Covid-19

2020-07-30T14:28:18-04:00

By Jennifer Moore The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on our everyday lives. From our health and livelihood to our businesses and daily routines, 2020 has not gone as expected. With all of the added stress and a stay-at-home order during the last three months, you may realize your marriage has taken a big [...]

Facing a Separation Post-Covid-192020-07-30T14:28:18-04:00

Is North Carolina easing its Coronavirus restrictions?

2021-02-15T15:27:44-05:00

By Matthew Marcellino Is North Carolina easing its Coronavirus restrictions? Yes. Well, maybe. We’ll find out on May 8. Governor Cooper’s Executive Order 121, that being our current reality of the Stay-At-Home Order, was set to expire at the end of April. I’m sure you’ve heard, Governor Cooper extended North Carolina’s stay-at-home order through [...]

Is North Carolina easing its Coronavirus restrictions?2021-02-15T15:27:44-05:00

Family Court Advisory Commission Summarizes Co-parenting Issues During Coronavirus

2021-02-15T15:17:00-05:00

By Danielle Walle In a previous blog post, I answered some of the common questions we receive from parents regarding coronavirus here. As coronavirus is seeming less “new” and the reality of living in a global pandemic is sinking in, parents who share custody of their children have even more questions. The spread of [...]

Family Court Advisory Commission Summarizes Co-parenting Issues During Coronavirus2021-02-15T15:17:00-05:00

Divorce Rates to Possibly Spike after COVID-19

2020-04-27T11:11:44-04:00

By Jovanna Mastro If sharing your home with your spouse is starting to feel more like a prison during this stay-at-home order period, just know you are not alone. Couples all over the globe are trying to adjust to a new way of life that involves staying/working at home with their spouses and families. [...]

Divorce Rates to Possibly Spike after COVID-192020-04-27T11:11:44-04:00

Mediation in the Time of the Coronavirus

2020-04-08T13:26:43-04:00

COVID-19, Coronavirus, Pandemic……oh my! What do I do now?By Deborah DilmanWe’ve all been dealing with the coronavirus pandemic since the beginning of March. After the rush for toilet paper, other paper products, and food staples, we have now moved into life at home, practicing social distancing and generally staying inside. We now have a lot [...]

Mediation in the Time of the Coronavirus2020-04-08T13:26:43-04:00

Co-parenting issues during the COVID-19 outbreak

2020-04-03T14:35:43-04:00

By Danielle Walle Concerns regarding the health and safety of children have exploded as the reality of Covid-19 has really started to sink in. The state of North Carolina issued a Stay-at-Home Order effective as of Monday, March 30, 2020. There are daily speeches from the president, frequent speeches from the North Carolina governor’s office, presentations from Mecklenburg [...]

Co-parenting issues during the COVID-19 outbreak2020-04-03T14:35:43-04:00

We are Facing a Global Pandemic

2020-03-26T15:05:15-04:00

And It’s the Perfect Time to Mediate Your Family Law Case. By Deborah Dilman The global pandemic caused by COVID-19 has, to say the least, caused disruption in the legal world, not to mention ordinary, everyday life for all citizens. Even at our firm, we have begun working remotely for the indefinite future. I [...]

We are Facing a Global Pandemic2020-03-26T15:05:15-04:00

Mecklenberg County Issues Stay-at-Home Order in Response to Coronavirus; How this Affects Child Custody

2020-03-26T16:58:43-04:00

By Danielle Walle On March 24, 2020, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina announced that it was issuing a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of COVID-19. Since then, there have been many questions about what this means for child custody – for both people with child custody orders and without. Since this situation is unprecedented, there [...]

Mecklenberg County Issues Stay-at-Home Order in Response to Coronavirus; How this Affects Child Custody2020-03-26T16:58:43-04:00

Child Custody by Combat?

2020-02-26T15:52:15-05:00

By Jennifer Moore News of a Kansas man asking a judge to settle a custody suit via combat made headlines on the internet earlier this year. Specifically, the man asked a judge to grant permission to meet his ex-wife and her attorney, or another fighter of their choice, “on a field of battle where [...]

Child Custody by Combat?2020-02-26T15:52:15-05:00