Over the last 3+ years, our society has changed a lot. Many of us transitioned to virtual meetings, virtual doctor’s appointments and zooms to stay connected to loved ones. The ability to connect online has its challenges and drawbacks, but it certainly allows us a flexibility that we did not have before. The team at AMS Mediation moved to virtual mediation when the pandemic hit and we have opted to continue to offer 100% of our services virtually for our clients. All you need is an internet connection and a device, and we can make huge progress toward your divorce settlement without you ever entering our office building.
Benefits Of Virtual Mediation To Settle Divorce In MN
Virtual mediation services are highly effective, efficient and successful for many families looking to settle the terms of a divorce without going through the court system. You can make decisions about all legal aspects of your divorce from the comfort of your home and without ever having to be in the same location as your ex. The staff at AMS Mediation can help you resolve issues around dividing your joint property, developing a parenting plan and even deciding whether or not child support is necessary in your case. Amber Serwat and her team will walk you through each step of the process and facilitate a discussion that will be positive and productive.
Other benefits of completing your mediation sessions virtually include increased flexibility about scheduling since you do not have to factor in travel time, less stress knowing that you do not have to talk face to face with your ex and that you can complete the work in the comfort of your own home. Mediation is far less expensive and can wrap up much more quickly than a traditional court battle. It can also set the tone for interactions with your ex after you are divorce and need to transition to co-parenting.
Setting The Terms Of Your Divorce With Less Stress
Divorce is difficult enough; it is important to find ways to make it less stressful when possible. The feedback we have received from our clients and staff is that virtual mediation is less stressful and equally (if not more) productive than in person mediation sessions. Minnesota courts now require that all couples who do not have a history of domestic violence try an alternative dispute resolution practice like mediation before going through the courts. Virtual mediation is an excellent way to navigate the divorce process with your family. To learn more, call us at 952-252-1492 or email at email@example.com