Category: COVID-19 Sensitive Divorce

  • COVID-19-The Divorce Rate and Cutting the Cost of Divorce

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos Topsfield Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Divorce attorney. According to the New York Times, the experience of other countries suggests the ravages of COVID-19 will lead us to more divorces. And, according to the Pew Research Center, divorce itself is contagious. For example, if you divorce, the chances become higher that your […]

  • Headed for a Covidivorce and Can’t Afford Divorce Mediation? Use a Certified LAR Attorney.

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator, Collaborative Divorce Representation, Divorce Arbitrator. In a matter of weeks, the world has changed for those facing divorce, not to mention that the family/divorce court has all but closed. What do you do when you cannot afford a full-service divorce mediator? Use a Limited Assistance Representation (LAR) attorney to save […]

  • THE DIVORCE COURT IS CLOSED*. WE CAN’T GO ON LIKE THIS.

    Mediate a Reconciliation Agreement. (Also called a “postnuptial” or “marital” agreement.) A Reconciliation Agreement tries to reconcile differences while admitting the possibility of divorce. It sets out rights and obligations each would have to follow if a divorce was filed. If there is a divorce, then the Reconciliation Agreement, by law, turns into a Separation […]

  • Conference-Call-Mediation in the Time of COVID-19

    The coronavirus pandemic affects all of us; and when it comes to the divorce process, it presents a dilemma. It is important to move forward; and yet, what about the crisis? I am sensitive to the constraints of the virus and that is why I instituted Conference-Call-Mediation or CCM. CCM will help you and your […]