When conflicts arise, communication between the parties deteriorates. The way in which an emotional distance can be achieved and the conflict can be evaluated from another perspective is through the figure of the mediator.
There will be negotiation if you maintain a conversation and this will be the task of the mediator. Diagnose the conflict and analyze what the possible disagreements are in order to find a balance.
The mediator separates people from problems, humanizes the parties, identifies interests and needs.
The foreseeable economic crisis arising from COVID 19 will create a catastrophe for many families.
The close quarters endured during the period of confinement has increased the friction in couples, causing certain conflicts. These usually arise in summer times where moments of tension and stress are generated by spending a lot of time together, reuniting in their rest times outside the routine and maelstrom of the day-to-day. That is why divorces in September increase by 30%.
We have read in this period of confinement news that alerted us to the increase in consultations for divorce and to reduce alimony.
The non-payment of rent in situations of economic difficulties can cause an eviction of the tenant.
When we find that a tenant cannot afford the rent, the best solution is to try mediation between the parties, and especially online mediation since sometimes the parties do not want to share physical space, in order to reach a solution to agree how past and future payments will be made.