Couples looking to set a court date in Hong Kong were already facing up to a nine-month wait for a hearing even before the coronavirus struck. Photo: Getty Images Couples looking to set a court date in Hong Kong were already facing up to a nine-month wait for a hearing even before the coronavirus struck. Photo: Getty Images
Couples looking to set a court date in Hong Kong were already facing up to a nine-month wait for a hearing even before the coronavirus struck. Photo: Getty Images

How coronavirus is hitting divorcing couples in Hong Kong and a possible solution: collaborative law

  • Even before the viral outbreak, divorcing couples in Hong Kong looking to set a court date were facing up to a nine-month wait for a hearing
  • Use of collaborative law can fast-track a solution to couples’ immediate issues, moving them directly towards a resolution

Topic |   Families in China
Couples looking to set a court date in Hong Kong were already facing up to a nine-month wait for a hearing even before the coronavirus struck. Photo: Getty Images Couples looking to set a court date in Hong Kong were already facing up to a nine-month wait for a hearing even before the coronavirus struck. Photo: Getty Images
Couples looking to set a court date in Hong Kong were already facing up to a nine-month wait for a hearing even before the coronavirus struck. Photo: Getty Images
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