AAML and AAML President Mentions
Throughout the year, AAML Presidents are sought out by the Press regarding current issues and challenges in Family Law. Some of the illustrative topics include marriage, divorce, annulment, prenups, matters affecting unmarried cohabitants, child custody and visitation, business valuation and property distribution, alimony, and support. In assisting the Press for their articles. This also serves as an awareness builder about who AAML is and the expertise of AAML and its Fellows.
The below represent the most recent articles in which both AAML and an AAML President were mentioned.
Covid-19 is a daily reality millions of divorced and divorcing parents across the country are struggling to navigate. And divorce lawyers say for many families, things are only getting more complicated.
Children ages 17 or younger need parental consent in order to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. But the process could become complicated when unmarried parents disagree on the matter.
In a recent survey of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, nearly 65% of respondents reported an increase in divorces emerging from the pandemic.
Divorced parents disagree about the best ways to protect their children as options for the COVID-19 vaccine in kids are now available. Some are going to court to fight each other, fueling more tensions in the family.
Of all the byproducts of Covid lockdown, one was the chance to get to know ourselves better, whether we wanted to or not…
Divorce attorneys are bracing for exes battling over giving kids the COVID-19 vaccine
New Challenges for Family Law