An amicable divorce can be a great deal for the divorcing spouses. However, it can also be hard work for both parties. In many cases, it takes several months or years to get over the divorce process. If you and your spouse cannot come to a mutual agreement, there are many options available for you to work things out.
Divorce mediators are trained in mediating the amicable divorce process. They understand that couples who can agree on issues often make better decisions and have better luck in their future relationships. An amicable divorce can be a great way to get past the problems that led to the divorce and move on. A mediator can help you and your spouse come to an amicable agreement and then continue to make use of their experience in helping other couples to reach similar results. There are two basic forms of amicable divorces: uncontested divorce and amicable marriage dissolution.
An uncontested divorce occurs when both parties agree to all terms and conditions relating to child custody, parenting time, property division, spousal support, debt division and child support. In simple terms, an uncontested divorce is an agreeable or happy divorce settlement. When both parties feel happy with the terms of the divorce, they may go ahead and sign the divorce papers. If they do not, they may try and communicate with their attorney and come to an amicable solution to the problem.
If you and your spouse cannot come to an amicable agreement, then you may decide to file for amicable marriage dissolution. This is considered a “no fault” divorce, because neither party can blame the other for the other’s inability to reach an agreement. In this case, both parties are able to admit their mistakes and make arrangements to move forward and correct their mistakes so that they can move on.
Divorce mediators are trained to help you work through these issues with both you and your spouse. In this case, they will bring the parties together to discuss the problems, plan an amicable solution, and help you and your spouse set realistic expectations for the divorce. They will also ensure that you remain on good terms with one another. after the divorce, allowing both parties to maintain a level of good communication with each other and allow you and your spouse to build a good working relationship.
Divorce mediators are also trained to help you and your spouse with the legal aspects of your divorce. They know how the court system works and how to work with your attorney on a case-by-case basis. They can advise you on what options you have if you feel your case is too complex and need a more specialized lawyer, or even whether your divorce can be handled by a family law attorney.
Divorce mediators can also assist you in making financial decisions. Divorce mediators can help you and your spouse create an amicable budget and prepare the divorce settlement agreement. The amicable divorces that are achieved with mediation can help you and your spouse reach an amicable agreement without going to court. Often times, a divorce mediator can help you and your spouse reach an agreement on child custody, spousal support, alimony, and child support payments that are mutually beneficial to both you and your spouse.
Divorce mediation and amicable marriage dissolution may be difficult, but it is possible to get your divorce resolved. If you are willing to work with someone to resolve the issues that caused your divorce, you can have a successful and amiable divorce. Divorce mediators can help you with all of these things, saving you time, money, and heartache.