Effects of COVID-19 on Domestic Strife

The Effects of COVID-19 on Domestic Strife in Jefferson County

The effects of COVID-19 on domestic strife in Jefferson County and Louisville have resulted in increased new divorce filings.  Many family law advocates have noted an increase in both reported and unreported domestic violence. Common beliefs about domestic violence and resulting child custody and parenting time orders may not reflect the reality of today’s Family Courts.  Domestic violence often results …

Get Divorced or Stay Together

Get Divorced or Stay Together – a Big Consideration During COVID-19

Many Kentucky couples have problems in their marriages. But the recent pandemic and resulting social distancing has brought many nascent issues to the surface. Divorce rates are climbing during the pandemic as couples face a bid consideration during COVID-19: get divorced or stay together. While there are certainly legitimate reasons for couples to split up, additionally there are reasons that …

Strategies for Co-Parenting During COVID-19 in Louisville

Strategies for Co-Parenting During COVID-19 in Louisville

What are some strategies for co-parenting during COVID-19 in Louisville until the time when school resumes?  When schools usually let out for summer in Kentucky, divorced parents typically adjust their child custody arrangements and parenting time schedules to accommodate new schedules and summer vacations. During this unique challenge of COVID-19, co-parents sometimes run into trouble if their work responsibilities and …