Court closures caused by the coronavirus have put a hold on nonemergency child support and other family law cases. With COVID-19 cases on the rise in several states, Brian K. Pearlstein is busy bracing his clients for the unknown and helping them reach alternative agreements, even if it’s just temporary. This is an increasingly common occurrence in today’s climate, with a backlog of court proceedings growing larger by the day.
In the Maryland Family Law Update from The Daily Record, Pearlstein shares some insights into this new (and often necessary) trend. If you’re a subscriber, you can view it here, or download the PDF with the button below.