You don't have to wait to move forward in getting divorced using divorce mediation as opposed to litigation during this Coronavirus Pandemic.
Many people are wondering if they have to put off their divorce due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Why do some people think this you ask? Well, the reasons could be vast, but largely it comes down to the following:
Maybe its because they don't know that divorce mediation can be done virtually or in person in a safe setting with masks while also using social distancing.
Maybe its because it is a tough topic with many emotions attached and they fear taking on such a life stressor during an otherwise already stressful time in dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic.
Maybe its because they fear the costs involved during a time when people are furloughed from work, have been laid off, have lost their jobs or need to be home tending to their children's care and education needs instead of being at work.
Whatever the reason for delay, there is no reason to put it off, you can divorce now and begin your life's next chapter!
You don't have to wait to move forward in setting up your Will, Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney during this Coronavirus Pandemic.
Many people put off having their Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney and even their Health Care Proxy documents created.
Maybe its because it is a tough topic with many emotions attached
Maybe its because they just don't get around to it or
Maybe its because they just don't know how important these documents may be to you and your family.
Whatever the reason for delay, the time to act is now!
You don't have to wait to move forward on your divorce during this Coronavirus Pandemic.
Adhering to social distancing during this time remains crucial. In person divorce mediation sessions are now being done virtually and still allows the couple wherever they may be to see the Mediator and the divorcing couple to use one or two computers.
Much can be said about the way facial expressions show our emotions, so have no fear that the Mediator won't be able to detect emotions and feelings.
Mediating a divorce through virtual divorce mediation sessions is just as effective as having a session in person.
We already work via email and snail mail to acquire educational materials, financial statements and back up financial documents.
The chief component of mediation is neutrality, which remain intact with virtual divorce mediation sessions taking part with both individuals and the Mediator(s). Emails are sent to and from both spouses and the Mediator.
Confidentiality remains intact.
Now more than ever it is an advantage to avoid the crowds of the Probate Court. Mediate in a private and clean environment
Don't wait until your case is over to wonder whether your received a fair financial settlement.
A Massachusetts Divorce Financial Analyst services may be a stand alone process or one chosen as part of or in addition to a Divorce Mediation if the mediator is qualified. A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, (CDFA) ™ is an individual certified by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts™.
The Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™) is trained to address the financial questions and concerns of your case including but not limited to divisions of assets, debts, pensions, real estate, personal property, child support, child tax exemptions, social security, alimony, tax deductions, insurance, and college costs.
How can a male and female co-mediation team be a benefit to couples and families who have decided to divorce using mediation.
Wills and Inheritance disputes among families
A family dispute resulting from an unclear or unknown will provision is among the more challenging of issues.
How to avoid them?
How to resolve by mediation (short of litigation)?
Unrealistic expectations through litigation?