Consider the following items to help the divorce mediation process succeed.
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If you and your spouse are considering online divorce mediation, here are some logistical items to consider.
The collaborative divorce process is gaining recognition in the U.S. and many other countries.
It is an alternative to the litigious divorce process. It provides an opportunity for a divorcing couple to resolve divorce issues outside of court in a private and confidential setting with the assistance of professionals.
If you’re considering divorce that will mean consulting a divorce attorney. Below are 5 issues you should make sure to discuss during an initial consultation.
The divorce mediation process requires both spouses to engage in conversation and discussion with the mediator acting as a facilitator.
For some divorced or separated parents, holiday parenting time may be a difficult time of year as their children may spend more time with the other parent and less time with them.
Hiring an attorney early on in the mediation process can be beneficial not only for educational purposes but also to help you make smart decisions during the mediation process.
When divorce terms are finalized and binding it does not necessarily mean it is time for the divorcing couple to sit back and relax.
When a couple decides to divorce, they may decide to resolve their divorce issues outside of court using a neutral divorce mediator as a facilitator. A mediator can help them navigate through their divorce discussions.
There are many positive ripple effects that can result after the couple reaches an agreement in mediation. These positive ripple effects can benefit the couple and their children for years to come.