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Are You Thinking of Divorcing During the Coronavirus Pandemic?


I know that thinking about or getting a divorce, under the best of circumstances, is an overwhelming experience. Divorcing while dealing with the Coronavirus is the last thing you need. Unfortunately, anger, abuse, infidelity, neglect, and unhappiness in a marriage doesn’t stop, not even during a pandemic.

I want you to know that I, along with my divorce/mediation team, are here to help you and your family! You don’t need to go through this difficult time in your marriage alone.

To help with all your divorce needs we are doing the following:

1. Meeting Virtually.

If you have questions about divorce or mediation, I can answer those questions keeping us all safe by speaking with you on the Phone or by TeleDivorce using Skype or FaceTime. We have extended our virtual free consultation to 1 hour to give you as much comfort and advice as possible.

2. Addressing Divorce Anxiety.

As a psychologically-trained divorce attorney, mediator and medical professional, I not only provide sound legal divorce strategy but I can also identify and address psychological issues affecting your marriage and hurting the possibility of an amicable, less stressful divorce. The addition of the Coronavirus, adding anxiety to an already stressful event, can also be addressed and our methods for meetings can be modified as the needs of your divorce evolve.

3. Providing Online Information.

If you are still researching and gathering information about divorce our website can help, and you can access this information from the safety of your home or office. Our website provides information on: divorce, mediation, asset allocation, property, custody, child support, visitation, spousal support, separation, parenting agreements, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, etc. If you have any questions while browsing our site, please feel free to call us. Our consultations are absolutely free!

If you have any questions, please get in touch with me today!

During this difficult time my divorce/mediation team and I will work hard to ensure that you will receive the emotional and legal care and support you need during your divorce.

We will arrange for your free virtual consultation by phone, or TeleDivorce by Skype or FaceTime to reduce the health risk of exposure for everyone.

We have extended our virtual free consultation time to 1 hour to give you as much comfort and advice as possible.

Call us now to arrange your free 1-hour virtual consultation.


We look forward to helping you!

Please stay healthy and safe.

Warm regards,