Takeaways From a Pandemic Divorce
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought numerous changes and challenges to our daily lives, and the divorce process is no exception.
When you utilize the collaborative divorce model, you have access to a team of professionals, who will work together to resolve your disputes while staying out of court. A court-litigated divorce often pits couples against each other and leaves a family in tatters due to the adversarial environment it often causes. Someone wins, and someone loses.
This process has become increasingly popular in the wake of the pandemic. The collaborative approach allows for a more efficient, cost-effective, and private resolution of divorce proceedings while providing a support system for the entire family that includes financial neutrals, divorce coaches, mental health experts and child life specialists.
Here are some of the takeaways that we observed from divorcing during the COVID-19 pandemic:
- Emotional supports systems became vital to working through stress, anxiety and loneliness
- Virtual meetings and scheduling flexibility became the norm since in-person meetings became problematic
- Clients were able to divorce more cost-effectively using the collaborative divorce model
- Couples were more open to communicating and compromising
- Focusing on the future became more common due to looking forward to a post-pandemic life
There is no doubt that the Coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the benefits of collaborative divorce mediation. From flexibility, emotional support, and cost-effectiveness, to a focus on the future. Consider the benefits of a collaborative divorce and explore this option with our trusted team.
At Peace Talks, our team of experts strive to help individuals and couples face complex marital challenges objectively, examine various scenarios thoroughly, and reach agreements that consider the entire family’s best interests.
Whether you are getting divorced, planning your estate or negotiating a premarital agreement, our team of experienced, skilled divorce mediators and family law mediators will create practical solutions for your family law needs.
Contact us today to see how we can help and support you and your family as you work through your divorce process.
Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal, financial, or tax advice. You should work with your attorney, financial, or tax professional to determine what will work best for your situation.