• Divorce Mediation

    Amicable Divorce – What is an Amicable Divorce?

    Negotiating an amicable divorce takes both attorneys with similar professional skills. An amicable divorce often requires a divorce mediator. A wrong move, by an attorney, or amiable divorce mediator, can lead to a very expensive, long, and drawn-out divorce. Add in the emotional trauma that comes with not knowing what your spouse’s intentions are and there is a recipe for failure. It can even lead to a harmful divorce. There are many reasons why attorneys get involved in amicable divorces. Most of the time, the reason is to protect their clients’ rights to fair compensation and to be treated equally in the case. In other words, one lawyer might be…

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    Should You Go With Divorce Mediation?

    Divorce mediation is a common method of negotiating and resolving differences about property, child custody, alimony, spousal support, division of debts, and property settlement in a marital divorce. It has several benefits for both the parties involved. Here are some reasons why it may be a good solution for your divorce. There are many advantages to marital mediation. First, it saves time and money. Both spouses can focus on working out a resolution, rather than having to deal with the complications and costs of a court trial. Second, when a divorce case is handled through mediation, it is less likely to end in divorce. Divorce mediation allows both parties to…

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    Amicable Divorce – What Makes It Possible?

    In an amicable divorce, it simply means without major disagreements. The usual book meaning of amicable, is “having a feeling of peace.” The feeling of peace, not necessarily between spouses, though usually between spouses in their respective marriages. An amiable divorce simply means a divorce, when both parties agree on the division of property, spousal and/or child support, visitation, and custody. A simple amiable divorce is one in which both parties can agree on the division of property, whether it be spousal property or child support. The most common amiable divorce happens when both parties are willing to take responsibility for their own finances. One of the most common reasons…

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