Many families are faced with the dilemma of a noncustodial parent being unable to meet their support obligations due to unemployment.
Child custody concerns have always been at the forefront of New York Family Court deliberations and rulings, but COVID-19 and the resulting restrictions have added a new layer of complexity that the courts are only beginning to uncover.
Williamson, Clune and Stevens, family law firm in Ithaca, Syracuse, Elmira and Binghamton, is prepared to offer knowledgeable counsel and experienced representation for families who need legal assistance with family matters because of COVID-19.
Williamson, Clune & Stevens, family law and divorce lawyers in Syracuse, warns clients and potential clients to expect changes to New York Family Courts post COVID-19.
New York families with divorced parents of young children have faced particular challenges regarding child custody, visitation and financial support obligations.
In most foreseeable circumstances, losing your job is a legitimate cause to petition the court to make an adjustment to your spousal support and child support obligations. COVID-19 has added new and perplexing complications that may cloud the entire spousal support system.
Family courts across New York State will likely see a rise in custody cases as a result of COVID-19.
This forced interaction and containment could have adverse effects on many families.
Williamson, Clune & Stevens, a Family Law firm in Ithaca, Syracuse, Elmira and Binghamton, is still operating to serve our clients and the residents of New York in divorce, child custody and other Family Law matters.
For years, people looking for family law and divorce attorneys in the Ithaca, Syracuse, Elmira and Binghamton areas have turned to Williamson, Clune & Stevens Attorneys at Law.