Covid-19 Divorce and Marital Property Agreements

December 17. 2020

COVID-19 has caused unemployment, financial stress, death and illness, lockdowns and confinement. These and other factors strain, and can cause irreparable damage to, relationships and marriages. Coronavirus divorces are expected to increase as are bankruptcy filings. This article reviews key concepts regarding property settlements incident to divorce and fraudulent transfer laws and discusses the treatment of these settlements in bankruptcy cases.

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