Mental Health Matters
Forensic Edition
March 2020
Published by:  Lepage Associates
Psychological & Psychiatric Services
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Five Ways Family Court Parties Can Make Progress In Their Cases During COVID-19
Your clients are likely looking to you as their attorneys to help them move forward in the midst of stay-at-home orders that make people feel stuck and worried. COVID-19 has brought many businesses to a halt, closed courts, and increased stress for people across the nation. This creates unique challenges for parties in the midst of separation and divorce, or co-parenting post-divorce. This article includes FIVE ways your clients can move forward, make progress, and be less stressed without having to wait for stay-at-home orders to be lifted. Even with talk that stay-at-home orders may extend through May, these weeks of stay-at-home time do not need to slow down your clients' cases! In fact, engaging in one or more of these five areas, your clients can actually move ahead and make progress during COVID-19.
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