‘Tis the Season for Divorce
Holidays can be a difficult time for people undergoing a divorce in normal times, but this year adds an extra layer of stress. Happy people celebrating Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas, Hanukkah, Festivus, Kwanzaa and New Year’s will be fewer and further between than ever before in American history, at least if they know what’s good for them and behave responsibly during a global health crisis.
One of the most emotionally draining elements of divorce for some people is going through the motions of celebration when your family and your heart are irretrievably broken. This year, there are no Rockettes Holiday Spectaculars, no Handel Messiah sing-alongs, no trick-or-treaters, no door-to-door carolers, no wassailers to avoid on the road, no Wal-Mart tramplings, no Tree Lighting ceremonies, no ball dropping.
This year, no matter how bleak your mood and outlook, the world at large is in even worse shape: Covid-19 deaths increasing, economies suffering, trade wars, stock market failures, forest fires, and grounded airplanes.
If enough of us play our cards right—a very big if—the pandemic will begin to ebb away in a year or two. In the meantime, you have plenty of time to work full-steam-ahead on your divorce settlement negotiations.
Thanks to the electronic and virtual prophylactic measures adopted by the State of Connecticut, it is now easier than ever to file your court papers. In addition, recent innovations like divorce mediation and collaborative divorce taking place via Zoom allows for parties to go through the entire process without ever seeing the inside of a courtroom.
To ensure that your divorce goes as smoothly as possible, consistent with fiercely protecting your legal rights and legitimate property interests, contact Hirsch Legal, LLC. Recognized as one of Connecticut’s top divorce and family law practices, we offer comprehensive divorce representation services and mediation in just about every conceivable venue and format available in Connecticut.We serve clients in New Haven and in Fairfield County (Stamford, Danbury, Bridgeport, Westport).
We want to extend our best season’s greeting to clients past, present and future. We hope better days are just around the corner as we support and console each other in these trying times.