While the holidays usually bring more a sense of unity and family, the repercussions of COVID-19 have especially affected New York marriages.
A major component to any court case is accurate documentation. The court will demand reliable documentation to authenticate your claims and support your case.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profoundly unsettling effect on practically every area of society, and that includes marriages.
Fast forward to the beginning of a new school year and we are still coming to grips with the correct measures to live life and still combat the coronavirus.
When all the signs point to the inevitability of divorce, there are some things you should do to get prepared.
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.
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.
This forced interaction and containment could have adverse effects on many families.
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.