Couples that Agree can Have an Easier Divorce Process

Couples that Agree can Have an Easier Divorce Process

Not all divorces are contentious and result in drawn-out court battles. Some couples who choose to end their marriage are able to reasonably get along and work together to come up with a fair divorce agreement. Those couples may find that mediation is a cheaper, quicker, and more amiable process.

Mediation Allows for Better Communication

A mediator helps guide discussions between the two parties. Each spouse has the opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings, which allows the other one to understand in a better way. This helps the couple come to an agreement quicker and easier.

Collaboration is Easier

There is not much collaboration when going through a court battle. The goal of mediation, however, is to get each party to negotiate and work with each other to figure out what is best for everyone involved.

There is a Fairer Outcome

Mediation also results in an equitable agreement, as the mediator makes sure one party does not get more than the other. This process is also better when children are involved, as the parents discuss what is best for their upbringing.

See if Divorce Mediation is Right for You

If you are able to communicate and negotiate with your partner, mediation may be the right choice for you. Contact Out-of-Court Solutions for a complimentary consultation.

About Oliver Ross

Oliver Ross, JD*, PhD founded Out-of-Court Solutions Inc. in 1995 and since then has mediated over 3,000 divorce and family matters. He is a select member of the Maricopa Superior Court Family Mediation roster