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5 Reasons To Consider a Collaborative Divorce

5 Reasons To Consider a Collaborative Divorce

A collaborative divorce, by definition, is about communication and working with one another. Most of these divorces are resolved outside of a courtroom and without lawyers, only requiring a mediator to help move negotiations along. There are at least five reasons to consider a collaborative divorce, especially if the decision to separate is mutual. 1….

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Third Parties in a Divorce Mediation

Third Parties in a Divorce Mediation

Divorce proceedings are painful. Using a mediator instead of going to court is a proven way to keep tensions to a minimum as these professionals are trained to be unbiased arbiters during difficult times. They are also adept at negotiating solutions when a third party is involved in divorce mediation. Examples of third party involvement…

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Negotiating Child Support With Mediation

Negotiating Child Support With Mediation

Whether you are just starting to consider getting a divorce or adjusting an agreement after many years apart, by using a negotiator, you can be confident that your children’s best interest will be taken into account during the divorce settlement, custody arrangements, and any child support agreements. Mediators are licensed professionals, trained to reduce conflict…

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Mediation Preserves Individual Decision-Making During a Divorce

Mediation Preserves Individual Decision-Making During a Divorce

Even under the “best” circumstances, divorces are stressful. In some cases, working through lawyers on a divorce may make you feel like you are losing control over decision-making, which can add to your stress. Whether you acquiesce on issues because your lawyer convinces you it’s the best option you have or you give in as…

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5 Reasons Why Divorce Mediation is Better than Litigation

5 Reasons Why Divorce Mediation is Better than Litigation

1. Reduced Hostility Because a mediator represents both parties, it eliminates the inherent conflict created when opposing lawyers are fighting on opposite sides. In addition, mediators have training in not only law but in psychology as well. Part of this preparation is to identify areas of potential conflict at the beginning of the process and…

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Mediation Can Make Divorce Easier on Your Family

Mediation Can Make Divorce Easier on Your Family

A divorce is never easy, but if you and your spouse choose to go the mediation route, instead of through the courts, the process can be easier on the family. There are three main reasons for this is that mediation is designed to reduce conflict between the parties, and it is also typically a speedier…

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Settling Child Custody Disputes with a Mediator

Settling Child Custody Disputes with a Mediator

Custody provisions as part of a divorce settlement include both child support payments and time-sharing agreements. If the children involved are younger at the time of the divorce, the arrangements will need to be revisited as the children grow up. Using a mediator to settle child custody disputes can be beneficial to helping your children…

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Mediating Your Disputes and Avoiding the Courts

Mediating Your Disputes and Avoiding the Courts

Taking someone to court to settle a grievance can be a lengthy, emotional, and expensive process. Before going the traditional litigation route, consider engaging mediators to help prepare your separation agreement or amend your child custody provisions – whether child support amounts and time-sharing arrangements. Using a mediator will save money on, decrease time spent…

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How Addictions Can Affect Divorce Mediation

How Addictions Can Affect Divorce Mediation

Communication is a vital component of the mediation process. The divorcing parties must talk to each other and with the mediator. One of the most important subjects to cover during mediation is the underlying reason for the divorce. Unfortunately, addictive behavior in a spouse can be one of the main reasons a person seeks a…

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