If your New Year’s resolution is to start a new life through divorce, here’s what you need to know.
Online divorce mediation can be an invaluable alternative to court backlogs in a time of social distancing. Take your future into your own hands and utilize video conferencing with your mediator and/or attorney.
Here are five questions to ask your divorce attorney during your initial meeting.
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If you and your spouse are considering online divorce mediation, here are some logistical items to consider.
Divorce mediation can give you more control of the outcome. And if you meet the income requirements, you can use the subsidy offered by the Vermont Judiciary.
The divorce mediation process requires both spouses to engage in conversation and discussion with the mediator acting as a facilitator.
Here are some tips and considerations for when to stop wearing the ring, the value of the ring, and the family significance of the ring during a divorce.
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.
Consulting with an attorney can be a valuable component of an effective divorce mediation process. This article describes how to maximize the benefit and minimize the cost of attorney support during mediation.