Most of us act with urgency when addressing a physical ailment, recognizing that the sooner you address the illness, the faster the healing process can begin. It can be less obvious to see the same value applied to relationship issues. While we are physically separated from one another, it may be tempting to let conflicts linger, unaddressed, due to the severely decreased accessibility of the courts. However, this doesn’t need to be the case. The emotional challenges of isolation are difficult enough; you don’t need to add the stress of an ongoing dispute with your ex-spouse or never-married co-parent.
Now is a great time to rely on alternative forms of dispute resolution, like mediation, to expeditiously address conflicts. Some of the benefits of mediation that are relevant under our present circumstances are:
If you would like to learn more about mediation or other options for resolving a family law matter in Colorado, The Harris Law Firm can help. Our team is working remotely using secure technology platforms, including video conferencing. Contact us to speak with a lawyer.