The COVID-19 pandemic that has swept the U.S. since mid-March has made social distancing a dominant reality in people’s lives.

The prolonged closures implemented by governors across the country to stop the spread of the virus forced many couples to live in unprecedented close proximity. As partners and parents continue to negotiate a litany of evolving medical and social concepts affecting their health and safety, and often that of their children, many are calling family attorneys for help.

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