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Family Court case backlog growing during COVID-19 crisis

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The social and economic disruptions due to the novel coronavirus pandemic are bringing unprecedented challenges to the legal system, including the courts that consider child custody and child support issues among parents who are separated or divorced.

The social restrictions and economic shutdowns since mid-March — and now expected to continue into at least mid-May — mean a parent who is paying child support may have lost their job, and stay-at-home orders may interfere with joint child custody arrangements.

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