Cordell & Cordell Creates COVID-19 Information Hub on YouTube
Cordell & Cordell, a domestic litigation firm assisting clients through family law issues for nearly 30 years, is dedicating itself to provide information to men, fathers, and families everywhere dealing with the ramifications of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The firm’s divorce attorneys are hard at work creating informational resources available to you at the COVID-19 Information Hub, available on the Cordell & Cordell YouTube page.
This page is where you will find an organized platform, dedicated to providing you consistent coverage of how this fluid pandemic is affecting divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, and paternity issues for men and fathers.
Cordell & Cordell CEO, Managing/Executive Partner Scott Trout has been hosting weekly webinars with a panel of Cordell & Cordell attorneys across the United States. They detail their experiences with disrupted and closed family courts and how necessary the modification process has become in times of economic uncertainty.
The webinars also highlight realistic parenting issues, as men and fathers deal with reduced parenting time spent with their children during the Coronavirus pandemic. Cordell & Cordell attorneys describe the need to illustrate an emergency situation in filings for family court and how replacement parenting time may be necessary, in situations where a parent is keeping a child from their co-parent, due to the pandemic.
Mr. Trout also is hosting frequent Men’s Divorce Podcasts with a rotating cast of fellow Cordell & Cordell attorneys, dedicated to bringing men and fathers additional information on what to do in divorce and child custody-related situations during the Coronavirus pandemic.
With all of the furloughing and job loss that has occurred, due to the pandemic, alimony and child support payments can pile up, and the Men’s Divorce Podcast has done episodes detailing the necessity of modification and the importance of paying what you can during these trying times.
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to affect families across the country, Cordell & Cordell will continue providing clients with phone and virtual consultations. Click here to learn more.