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Matthew Brickman Explains How COVID-19 Affects Child Custody, Time Sharing And Child Visitation
Conditions during the current pandemic have created a new set of social norms for parents of children living in separate homes. Family mediator Matthew Brickman explains how court orders concerning children in these situations and the court system have been impacted.
By: iMediate Inc
Matthew Brickman, President of iMediate Inc. and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator has offered some insight to people experiencing these issues. He began by stating, "I am not giving anyone legal advice...but I've recently conducted 54 virtual mediations (during COVID-19) and here are the effects that I've seen as a mediator."
His full comments can be seen below:
He went on to say, "In regards time sharing (what people sometimes refer to as child custody) people somehow believe that they can dictate how the other parent may or may not enforce these rules in an existing parenting plan. People have gone as far as to restrict - which violates their current orders. Many judges have stated that the parties have a court order until they get a new court order."
Matthew Brickman can mediate in-person or virtually online to help people anywhere in the world settle their disputes. He contends that traditional courtroom litigation gives away the power of the parties to leave their matter up to a judge to decide. Through mediation, he empowers people with the knowledge and insight as how a court would view their matter so that they can create the best resolution for both parties to resolve their differences.
Matthew Brickman is the host of the Mediate This! divorce and paternity podcast along with co-host Sydney Mitchell:
Their advice will help those experiencing conflict deal with:
Podcast homepage: http://ichatmediation.com/
If you have a matter, disagreement, or dispute you need professional help with then visit iMediate.com - Email mbrickman@ichatmediation or Call (877) 822-1479
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