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Coronavirus and Your Child Custody Plan

Over the past month, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had a dramatic impact on the lives of Americans. Oklahomans have not been immune and have begun to realize a more significant impact of the disease as the number of those impacted continues to rise.

Ball Morse Lowe has seen an increase in questions and inquiries regarding the impact of Coronavirus on aspects of existing custody cases. With information changing every day, Ball Morse Lowe wants to keep you as current as possible on information that you will need to help navigate this unique situation.

With this in mind, we have created a short 15-minute video of current issues, questions that have arisen, and information you’ll need to evaluate your custody situation as it relates to Coronavirus titled “COVID-19 and Its Impact on Your Child Custody Plan.”

This is the first in a series of videos and webinars that we will be hosting at Ball Morse Lowe relating to Coronavirus and its impact on your family law case. The issues covered in this series of presentations will include issues such as:

· Tips for working with the other side to amicably resolve your custody issues.

· Shelter-in-place orders and their impact on your visitation schedule.

· The financial impact on your child support as a result of Coronavirus.

· Proceeding with your divorce or custody case when courthouses are closed.

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