Newsletter sign up: Get The COVID 19 Brief sent to your inbox”A COVID clause would be those extra clauses that are added to provide settlement, while still addressing the unknown aspects that come with separating during a pandemic,” she said. “One example would be if a job loss occurs as a result of COVID, or if somebody is working on a reduced income during COVID.”Another example would be the agreement of both divorcing parties to “put a pin in it” and not settle their assets or finalize their divorce right away because of the economic uncertainty, mutually agreeing to readdress the proceedings at a later date, Bach said.”The main goal is that the clauses are there to help people get a resolution while still having that added clarity and protection despite all these unknowns that we’re dealing with,” she said.Bach says that a “COVID clause” differs from default agreements or clauses regularly used in divorce proceedings.”What would be required by default is a ‘material change in circumstances,’ and a lot of the times that material change wouldn’t have been known or foreseen at the time they entered itbut when we’re dealing with something like COVID, it could be that your job loss is very foreseeable, or there is a high potential of it happening. So instead of having a dispute over it laterwe’re addressing it now to make sure [clients] have that clarity,” Bach said.While Canadian divorce laws are governed by the Federal Divorce Act, each province and territory has its own individual family laws that affect divorce proceedings.”If there is a material change of circumstances down the road a party may apply to the Court for an order or amend the separation agreement,” he added.W.
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To get through this pandemic, we need to support one another not promote divisiveness. We all need to take care of each other and ourselves by staying at home as much as possible, practicing social distancing, and exercising social solidarity.I am in agreement with University of Wisconsin Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank who recently said:”COVID 19 has affected all of us personally, academically and professionally, as well as physically, mentally and socially,” Blank said. “Even so, it’s important to remember: No one person, country, or ethnicity created this pandemic disease does not discriminate.”In Madison, we value equity and diversity.