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Family Law Mediation in the Aftermath of COVID-19

Rethink the delivery and uses of family mediation

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    Social distancing will continue to impact divorce and family mediation services beyond the slow return to a new normal. Immediately, mediators working with parties filing 1A divorces need to recreate the intimacy of in-person sessions through video and other means, and litigators need avenues to pursue the interests of their clients when courts are unavailable or backlogged. The best of these accommodations will become standard practice after mediators return to their offices and courts reopen. Join us as we discuss these situations and options with our expert panel.

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    Ellen Waldorf, Esq., eWaldorf Mediation, Newton Upper Falls

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    Oran E. Kaufman, Esq., Western New England University School of Law, Springfield
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