Alimony and Child Support Modification Options During COVID-19
By Snyder Sarno D'Aniello Maceri & da Costa LLC on April 08, 2020
The current socio-economic climate is one that is uneasy and uncertain. Many jobs are being lost and businesses are being forced to close or make cuts in order to stay afloat. In the last few weeks, we have seen an increase of cases involving disputes concerning existing alimony and child support obligations.
Circumstances can result in a need to modify existing obligations and it is important that you know there may be opportunities that allow you to do so. For example, if you are laid off or experience a loss or decrease of income, alimony and child support obligations may be subject to modification.
It is important to meet with an experienced Family Law attorney to discuss your options.
The Family Law Attorneys at SSDMD have been handling family law cases for decades. Our attorneys are highly skilled and regarded in the legal field. They will be able to quickly assess what your options are and create a strategy on how to achieve your goals. If you or a loved one are in need, don't hesitate to reach out today to one of our skilled attorneys.
Additionally, SSDMD has fully adapted to the social distancing requirements and are offering contact-less options for consultations, meetings, mediations and arbitrations. Our staff is fully equipped to represent your needs and push for the necessary changes required for you and your family. In such difficult times, it is imperative that you find a team that will aggressively fight for you and ensure that your needs and the needs of your family are carefully considered and attended to.
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