Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu

Monthly Archives: March 2020

Judicial Administrative Orders – Overused and Over-Reaching?

By DeVoe Law Firm |

Administrative Orders in Ninth Circuit family law cases (including Orange County, Orlando divorce and paternity cases) have been in place for more than a decade. These orders put litigants on notice of substantive law; address issues that commonly arise in newly filed divorce cases; and are intended to promote stability and decrease the number… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Ninth Circuit Issues New Administrative Orders for Orange County in Response to COVID-19

By DeVoe Law Firm |

As of this writing, the Ninth Circuit has issued five administrative orders in response to COVID-19 in less than a week. Administrative Order 2020-06-01 (3/20/2020; Retroactive to 3/16/2020) –Implements AOSC20-15 at a circuit level. Tracks definitions of “essential” and “critical” court proceedings. Directs that essential and critical court proceedings continue in-person, non-essential proceedings to… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Florida Supreme Court Issues New Emergency Administrative Orders in Response to COVID-19

By DeVoe Law Firm |

As of this writing, the Florida Supreme Court has issued six emergency administrative orders in response to COVID-19 in less than two weeks. AOSC20-12 (3/11/2020) – Directs chief judges to take steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 (e.g. implementing “social distancing” and sanitation procedures). AOSC20-13 (3/13/2020) –Suspends as “non-essential” all grand jury proceedings,… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Seven Ways to Co-Parent Like a Rock Star During COVID-19

By DeVoe Law Firm |

Changes in routine and uncertainty with the future can put your co-parenting skills to the test. Here are seven things you can do to parent effectively in challenging times. Parenting Guidelines During COVID-19

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Helping Children Deal with Stress During COVID-19

By DeVoe Law Firm |

Corona virus precautions have required many changes in daily routines and schedules.  Changes like this can stress children. The Florida State University Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy put together fantastic guides to help you identify when children are stressed; the cause of stress; how to talk about stress with your children; and… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn