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2 Tips for Surviving and Thriving During Divorce Mediation

2 Tips for Surviving and Thriving During Divorce Mediation

Once you have decided to divorce, the next step is to begin the legal process. Often, people assume they must hire separate lawyers and spend months in court discussing personal and private details and going through the emotionally-draining divorce process. However, there is a much better alternative that can save you time, money, and emotional…

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Divorce Mediation Checklist

Divorce Mediation Checklist

The divorce process can be overwhelming and emotional which can leave you less than organized.  Being disorganized during a divorce only serves to delay the process and make it take longer than necessary which compounds the emotional difficulty – something nobody wants. The better prepared you can be, the faster it will go and the…

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Should Your Hire a Private Investigator When Divorcing?

Should Your Hire a Private Investigator When Divorcing?

If you are considering divorce or even if the divorce process has already begun, you may feel it would be beneficial to hire a private investigator.  People are private and there are secrets even in the most healthy of relationships.  Secrets and privacy are important and ok, depending on what they are and whether or…

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Stopping Gaslighting in Divorce Mediation

Stopping Gaslighting in Divorce Mediation

Gaslighting – a term you may be familiar with but may not even realize is happening to you. When it comes to divorce, gaslighting is a common occurrence, particularly if it is something that also occurred during the marriage. But, when you work with a divorce mediator, gaslighting is something that is simply unacceptable and,…

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Did You Know You Can Get Divorced Without Lawyers?

Did You Know You Can Get Divorced Without Lawyers?

Though it may sound like a gimmick, we promise, you really can get a divorce without lawyers. And, you can do so without sacrificing quality of representation or fair advocation.  Divorce mediation is an excellent alternative that is ideal in the vast majority of situations. However, traditional divorce has become so commonplace that people do…

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3 Reasons to Choose Divorce Mediation

3 Reasons to Choose Divorce Mediation

When you have decided to divorce you have to determine just how you’ll go about doing so. We have all seen the movies and shows that depict each spouse racing to get the most aggressive attorney they can find in order to “win.” And, while this certainly happens in real life also, it is not…

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Importance of a Legally-Binding Co-Parenting Agreement

Importance of a Legally-Binding Co-Parenting Agreement

Whether you were married or not, if you have decided to separate from your spouse and you had children together you need a legally binding co-parenting agreement. Many people decide for various reasons to try to agree about a co-parenting plan without drafting and signing anything that is legally binding, but this is a mistake….

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Virtual Divorce Mediation in 5 Steps

Virtual Divorce Mediation in 5 Steps

If the pandemic has shown us anything, it is that we need to be able to complete more essential tasks virtually than ever before. One great example of that is divorce. Whether your divorce is perfectly amicable, highly contentious, or somewhere else on the spectrum, divorce mediation is a great alternative traditional courtroom divorces. And…

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2 Tips for Preparing to Divorce

2 Tips for Preparing to Divorce

Once you know that a divorce is likely, it is a good idea to start preparing for the process. It can be time-consuming and stressful to get everything in order that you will need for the divorce process. But, doing so is important in order to protect yourself and get the optimal outcome you desire….

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3 Divorce Decree Modification Options

3 Divorce Decree Modification Options

While most everyone hopes that once a divorce is final, the details of the relationship and divorce never have to be revisited, that is not always the case. Your divorce settlement determines how assets are divided, how custody is divided, how much child support or spousal support must be paid, etc. And, while all of…

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