Amid the Covid-19 Outbreak, the landscape of family law in Pennsylvania has become temporarily uncertain. Parents are arguing over who comes and goes from each home, whether the child or children should go over to a parent’s house for Easter dinner and if they should be allowed in the local park.

Attorney James Mulligan has received numerous calls since the outbreak of the coronavirus about shared parenting and exposure to the virus. Attorney Mulligan recently said “parents have unique challenges right now but at the end of the day you have to do what is in the best interest of the child or children.” 

During these unprecedented times, the courts are urging parents to abide by Court Orders. Co-parenting during a pandemic could be a monumental task which requires a measured course of conduct. If you need guidance with regard to COVID-19 or any other family law issue, contact the Mulligan Law Firm at 570-703-0269.