In his byline article for Divorce Magazine, partner Brandon Rose discusses how virtual mediations can be a feasible option for family law practitioners following COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders, when it has been the go-to option to keep proceedings on schedule. According to Brandon, “virtual mediations provide unparalleled convenience,” offering flexibility, cost-savings and client comfort.
One of the main benefits of virtual mediation is it may be held anytime and anywhere, which Brandon says makes it “an attractive option for clients who live in separate cities, have limited availability, or have unconventional schedules.”
Additionally, Brandon notes: “Although virtual mediations may never entirely supplant in-person mediations, virtual mediations and in-person mediations each have different applications depending on the issues and circumstances of a case.”
To read the article, visit Divorce Magazine.