Use Mediation or Collaborative Law for Resolving Divorce Out of Court
Albert Einstein said, “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity”. With limited access to the Courts right now due to Covid-19, why not try to resolve your divorce or other family law conflict out of court?
You don’t have to wait for the Courts to reopen, and in fact you shouldn’t – even when they open, they have a back log and it will take some time for your case to move through the Court system. You can turn these extraordinary circumstances in which we are currently living, into an opportunity to resolve your case using an out of court dispute resolution process such as Mediation or Collaborative Law.
In Mediation you hire a neutral third party who is usually an attorney, who works with you and your spouse to resolve your differences and reach agreement.
In Collaborative Law, both you and your spouse have attorneys at the table who are advocates not adversaries, and who take a settlement approach rather than the litigation route to help you and your spouse reach a mutually beneficial agreement for the family. Continue reading “Circumstance = Opportunity”