On this episode of the Great Estate Podcast, attorney Christopher Brown from Eckell Sparks sits down with his colleague Melanie E. Tunaitis, Esq. to discuss family law proceedings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite court closures, there are still family law cases that need to be handled in a timely and efficient manner. Many of the cases that Melanie has recently worked on require the development of an interim COVID-19 schedule between divorced or separated parents.
Even during a pandemic, clients still need the legal advice of their family law attorneys. Lawyers have had to change the ways that most cases are handled to reflect the world we are currently living in.
If you need family law advice during the pandemic, contact one of our Delaware County family law attorneys at Eckell, Sparks, Levy, Auerbach, Monte, Sloane, Matthews & Auslander, P.C. for help. We understand the difficulties that couples, both together and separated, are facing during these difficult times and we will work with you to ensure your case is handled properly. Call us at 610-565-3701 or complete our online form for an initial consultation. Located in Media and West Chester, Pennsylvania, we serve clients in Delaware County, Chester County, and Montgomery County.
For more information on new family law proceedings, advice on how to cope as a married couple during this time, and predictions for the future, listen to the May 7, 2020 podcast here.
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