The Fort Collins divorce attorneys at the Cossitt Law Firm are taking the COVID 19 pandemic and the health and safety of our employees and client’s very seriously. We made the decision to close our office to visitors and for our team to work remotely as of March 11, 2020.
Our team members have been able to work from home since they joined The Cossitt Law Firm, so transitioning to working remotely full-time has been seamless. While we continue social distancing, our clients’ divorce and custody cases are still advancing.
The Cossitt Law Firm is Open and Ready to Assist you through your Family Law Matter
We continue to represent our divorce and child custody clients during the coronavirus outbreak in Colorado. Our divorce and custody clients’ cases are advancing, with many settling through negotiations and mediations, as usual. While some family law cases are not being scheduled for trial at this time, the Courts are continuing to manage most cases by phone. For those who need to get divorced during Colorado’s COVID 19 stay at home order, our family law attorneys and paralegals can manage everything remotely, so there is no need to meet in person.
Courts are continuing to conduct trials for domestic violence and child endangerment, as such matters are considered to be essential during Colorado’s orders to stay home. Our attorneys will proceed to trial during the stay at home order for essential legal matters.
During Colorado’s stay at home order, our Fort Collins divorce and custody attorneys continue to represent parents and spouses who need to:
The Cossitt Law Firm elevated family law in Northern Colorado when it opened, as we started with the latest technology for the efficiency of our clients when we opened in 2014. Our infrastructure has been hosted in secure remote servers since day one. We will continue to be at the forefront of family law during COVID 19 and Colorado’s stay at home order while social distancing. Our Fort Collins divorce and child custody attorneys are available by phone, email, and video chat during the COVID 19 Colorado stay at home order.
Contact us today with your child custody and divorce concerns to see how we can help.