Blog Archive: June 2020

Posted on Mon, 2020-06-29 11:43 by Jeffrey Greenblatt in Covid19, Family Law, Domestic Violence

The National Institutes of Health has reported on the increased risk of family violence during the COVID-19 pandemic and cautioned domestic violence rates may even increase far after the pandemic dies down. The stay-at-home orders issued in the State of Maryland places many individuals at risk for domestic violence and increases the risk for others who already suffer from regular abuse at home.  Victims of domestic violence are now required to perpetually be within harm’s reach of their abusive partners or family.

Posted on Mon, 2020-06-22 10:32 by Lindsay Parvis in Family Law, Covid19, Child Custody

COVID Court closures are expected to create a significant backlog of family cases and delays getting to trial and resolution.  This is especially difficult for families whose complex situation calls for Court intervention, but access to the Court has been quite limited.  What options do these families have while they await rescheduled hearing and trial dates & their day in Court?


This series of articles explores options to help stabilize families in crisis through:

Posted on Fri, 2020-06-19 11:02 by Jeffrey Greenblatt in Covid 19, Family Law, Divorce

The global pandemic will have a lasting effect on all ways of life as we know it.  Unfortunately, one of those effects involves our relationships with others.  As we are spending more time at home with our loved ones, it is not uncommon for arguments to arise.  Our attorneys have compiled some tips to help you and your spouse get through these troubling times with minimal interference to your marriage.  Although we are always here to provide counsel, we hope that you might be able to save your marriage before it reaches a breaking point.

Posted on Wed, 2020-06-17 10:39 by Lindsay Parvis in Covid19, Child Custody, Family Law

COVID Court closures are expected to create a significant backlog of family cases and delays getting to trial and resolution.  This is especially difficult for families whose complex situation calls for Court intervention, but access to the Court has been quite limited.  What options do these families have while they await rescheduled hearing and trial dates & their day in Court?


This series of articles explores options to help stabilize families in crisis through:

Posted on Sat, 2020-06-13 12:51 by Veronica Nannis in Covid19, Labor & Employement

AS MANY AMERICANS HEAD BACK TO THE WORKPLACE, EEOC UPDATES ITS PANDEMIC EEO GUIDANCE:


WHAT CAN EMPLOYERS DO & WHAT CAN EMPLOYEES DEMAND?

Posted on Mon, 2020-06-01 10:14 by Lindsay Parvis in Family Law, Covid19, Child Custody

COVID Court closures are expected to create a significant backlog of family cases and delays getting to trial and resolution.  This is especially difficult for families whose complex situation calls for Court intervention, but access to the Court has been quite limited.  What options do these families have while they await rescheduled hearing and trial dates & their day in Court?


This series of articles explores options to help stabilize families in crisis through: