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  • April 10, 2020

    Divorce, Custody, and COVID-19

    With a virtual shutdown in Wisconsin courts due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), people are left to wonder what this will mean in their pending family law cases.

    Although the court system has slowed down, the majority of family law cases are moving forward.

    Elizabeth Rodriguez Lanzhammer of Axley Brynelson discusses the current state of family law cases in Divorce, Custody, and COVID-19 in the firm’s Publications blog.

    Rodriguez Lanzhammer is a senior associate in the Madison office of Axley Brynelson.

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