Coronavirus Town Hall | Cordell & Cordell

Coronavirus Town Hall

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Navigating the divorce process while simultaneously facing the COVID-19 pandemic is placing mounting pressure on men across the United States. Guys have numerous questions regarding how the pandemic is impacting issues impacting family law issues such as custody, child support, alimony, and more.

To help these individuals through this unprecedented time, Cordell & Cordell is expanding its Coronavirus digital outreach efforts to men by introducing free weekly virtual “town hall” meetings at 1 p.m. CT on Thursdays. Due to the live nature of the event, the exact time may change. Registrants will be alerted to any time changes.

The virtual town hall meetings, utilizing online audio and chat technology, will allow participants to engage in an interactive question-and-answer format related to the Coronavirus and its impact on family law issues. Register below to reserve a seat for the town hall meeting.

Cordell & Cordell’s Executive/Managing Partner and CEO, Scott Trout, will host the virtual town hall and provide insight into key issues facing families with a panel of Cordell & Cordell divorce attorneys from across the country.

“We are receiving upwards of 500 calls every week from worried dads around the country, and their questions run the gamut from parenting plans and custody arrangements because of quarantine issues, to financial obligations related to income reduction or job loss,” Mr. Trout said. “However, there are a multitude of other areas that the Coronavirus can affect. And it’s not just how the pandemic has an influence on divorce activities right now, but what circumstances it will create and how it will be a challenge once the virus is no longer around.”

Virtual “town hall” participants can submit 20-seconds-or-less in duration pre-recorded audio questions for the panelists to answer during the meeting. Pre-recorded questions can be submitted via email at

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