With the pandemic causing extensive backlogs due to shuttered courthouses, family law attorneys say they’re seeing more couples turning to mediation and arbitration to settle disputes and work out financial arrangements.

Trial uncertainty, stressed-out households, and rigid reporting requirements are fueling the uptick, the attorneys—two of whom are former judges—contend, as well as a need to save time, cost and, hopefully, heartache.

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