We have multiple offices in order to provide you and your spouse with a convenient location for your mediation sessions. But there are times when an in-person mediation session just isn't possible.
For these reasons, our attorney-mediators are equipped to handle remote mediation. These sessions have as much weight and legality as an in-person mediation and are handled accordingly.
This is part of Split Simple's commitment to working with your schedules and providing you with the outstanding service you deserve.
If you or your spouse thinks you might need to pursue remote divorce mediation, please call Split Simple today at (855) 665-9920.
The Details of Remote Mediation
We occasionally have clients who live quite far from each other. This is, of course, a significant irritant in a marriage and can contribute to the decision to undergo a divorce. This arrangement poses significant logistical challenges, whether you're pursuing mediation or a traditional courtroom divorce.
At Split Simple, we've conducted remote mediation sessions with clients who live out-of-state and even some who are living overseas. This is no problem for us.
Generally speaking, our attorney-mediator will sit in a room with the spouse who lives in the area. We use videoconferencing and screen share technology so that the distant spouse can closely follow along and fully participate. You will be able to see everything we enter on our financial spreadsheets just as though you were in the room with us.
During these sessions, the laws of the state in which the session is being physically conducted will apply. For example, if the mediation session takes place in Colorado and one spouse calls in from Illinois, Colorado laws will govern the decisions made during the session.
If you have questions about remote mediation or any other aspect of our practice, please call Split Simple today at (855) 665-9920 or contact us online.