Collaborative divorce and online dispute resolution: How COVID-19 is changing the way we settle disputes

Crossroads Law founder, Marcus Sixta explains how the pandemic has led to more lawyers and clients successfully resolving family disputes online, relying on alternative dispute resolution processes such as the collaborative divorce and mediation.

“In my practice, I have seen that the majority of family law cases do not need court intervention. Most of them in fact are resolved outside of court, but for some reason there are those who are still resistant to alternative dispute resolution processes like Collaborative law and mediation. However, changes to the justice system brought on by COVID-19 may be forcing them to accept a new reality,” says Sixta.

Read the full blog at JP Boyd on Family Law: the blog by Collaborative Divorce Vancouver.

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