Contact Us for a Free Consultation 919-832-1955

Blog

Being a Parent is Tough - Co-Parenting During COVID is tougher

Posted by Kathleen Murphy | Apr 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

The North Carolina Judicial Branch of Government has compiled some top recommendations when parents have questions regarding custody matters during COVID.  Many of your answers are included in this new publication so please read this and if you have any questions, feel free to call our office.

The most important part of co-parenting during COVID is transparency and respect.   Please, if you are flying under the radar and doing activities with your children that could expose the other house to COVID, stop.   Be respectful of the impact on your behaviors on the other household and keep in mind that we are all in this together.

Custody and Visitation Recommendations_FINAL.pdf
Custody Recommendations During COVID

About the Author

Kathleen Murphy

Kathleen Murphy is graduate of North Carolina State University with a B.A. in Political Science, 1985. She attended Campbell University Law School and received her Juris Doctorate, 1988. Ms. Murphy has been a family law attorney for over 30 years and has limited her practice solely to family law since 1988. Ms. Murphy is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, North Carolina Bar Association, NCBA Family Law Section Member, is a trained Family Financial Mediator and a trained Child's Advocate. Ms. Murphy is married to a City of Raleigh Firefighter and has four children, three daughters (27) (22) and (18) and a 12 year old son. Ms. Murphy is a contributor to an International podcast. Crime Stories with Nancy Grace is broadcasted daily and you can hear Ms. Murphy's comments on cases involving victims of family crimes and the impact of family court.

Comments

There are no comments for this post. Be the first and Add your Comment below.

Leave a Comment

Menu