Tag Archives: COVID-19 pandemic

Online Mediation Can Result in Calmer, More Engaged Participants

The closures of courts across the nation in 2020 during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic led to an increase in virtual hearings and meetings, including mediation sessions. While many mediators and attorneys worried the virtual setting could hamper participation, it actually became apparent that online mediation could increase engagement and reduce the potential for… Read More »

What to Know About Online Divorce Mediation

The COVID-19 pandemic required courts and attorneys to get creative with how they would handle cases. In the world of divorce law, this meant a heavy reliance on online mediation sessions. Though there is now a light at the end of the tunnel with the pandemic, it is expected that online mediation will continue to… Read More »