Advocacy in a Covid 19 WorldKeesha Montoya
How we conduct divorce, child custody and child support cases is changing as we integrate new technologies in advocating for the rights of our clients. Many courts hearing family law cases have transitioned to using video proceedings as a means to conduct court business since stay-at-home orders in many counties across the United States have closed courthouses.
Let us help you navigate these changes safely by exploring the different options that you may have with progressing with your divorce or custody cases, given the current state of the courts. Now more than ever, you need a strong advocate whose nuanced knowledge and application of the law safeguards your constitutional rights amid the fluidity of changing local procedures that impact how family law cases are conducted.
We will take the time to explore your unique needs and give you straightforward expectations for what is possible in resolving your legal issues in a way that empowers you. We care about your well being and realize that going through a divorce, custody and child support issues, and property division disputes is very stressful especially now when there are so many changes happening in our world on a social and health level.
This is a unique time in our world, like no other, and how you navigate legal issues right now requires an attorney who understands the impact on you, not just legally but on your whole well being. We are committed to providing our clients with the tools to safeguard rights and in a way that reminds them that it’s not just about the legal outcome of your divorce, child custody or child support cases–it’s also about restoring your life so that you can go forward in a changing world successfully.