Family Law Mediation in a Post-Covid World
Our clients are often nervous when they are told that all family law courts in Colorado require parties to attend mediation as part of the divorce process. As family law attorneys, we see mediation as a great opportunity for you to settle your case in an amicable way. It is a chance for you to create a plan for yourselves that will work for your family, rather than having a judge tell you how to divide your assets, or how much time each parent will have with their children.
Post-COVID, most family law mediation are still taking place virtually. Virtual mediation has been a great tool in family law for setting cases. People are allowed to be home, in their comfortable clothing, with available snack, and are sometimes much more relaxed than they would be in person. At The Law Firm of Jennifer S. McDonald, LLC we have found that virtual mediation is just as affective as in-person mediation.
Jennifer McDonald explains more about what you can expect in the video below.