Month: April 2020

Domestic Violence Rates Surge During COVID-19

Posted in Blog on April 17, 2020

reports of abusers restricting access to hand sanitizer, soap, and showers, as well as forcing victims into further isolation from their loved ones. The State of Maryland closed all courts to the public until May 1, 2020, with very limited exceptions. But, one of those exceptions is for persons seeking protection from domestic violence. If… read more

COVID-19 Family Law Update

Posted in Blog,Child Support,Family Law on April 14, 2020

Introduction: These are unprecedented times, bringing uncertainty to much of the world. Information and connection assist to ease the uncertainty we are all facing. ARN Family Law would like to reach out to you and provide information to help guide you through this challenging time. The Maryland Judiciary has issued an Administrative Order closing the… read more

Child Support and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted in Blog,Child Support on April 10, 2020

The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the United States has been significant, and many experts fear we are only at the beginning. In the month of March, many Maryland businesses were ordered closed by Governor Hogan. On March 30th, Governor Hogan issued a Stay at Home Order, which, in pertinent part, requires all… read more

Co-Parenting During COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted in Blog,Co-Parenting,Family Law on April 3, 2020

Co-parenting During COVID-19 Pandemic During the COVID-19 pandemic many parents have concerns about exchanging children between homes. What if someone in my co-parent’s house has the virus or was exposed to someone with the virus? If my child’s other parent still must go to work, won’t that increase my child’s chances of getting the virus?… read more