The stress placed upon so many marriages through the Covid era has been staggering. It has disrupted relationships at extreme levels and left people searching answers. The Covid Divorce is a real issue, and brings a whole new level of anxiety and stress that has only recently been experienced.
Just as Covid has changed everything, people are now looking for a better solution that hurts less. This is great news to lawyers that are looking out for their clients and taking a much more holistic approach to helping the couples and the children going through these difficult times.
Let’s face it marriage has enough challenges without the extra stress that Covid has created. The constant and unrelenting negativity, loss of personal space, health and well being have, mental stability, feelings of depression, sadness and so much more.
Learn insights on how Amalia’s mediation process can help people move past some of the biggest issues; their emotions like anger, frustration, feelings of betrayal and so much more.
That’s why I interviewed local North Vancouver Lawyer and mediator, Amalia Schon.
Her approach very interesting and I think you will find this interview informative, helpful and potentially enlightening. Watch the full video for all the great insights and reach.
If you need a family lawyer to help with the mediation process and are looking for a North Vancouver lawyer that actually respects the importance of finding an amicable solution, Amalia can help.
Her business is located in Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver.
One of the challenges that comes up through divorce is the need for housings and valuation of the home or real estate properties.
Kevin Lynch is well versed in helping you understand the current real estate market, accurate pricing and values for your home or real estate holdings and knows how to work with couples and family to buy or sell.
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