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    How to Make an Affordable Divorce

    How to Make an Affordable Divorce When you’re having difficulties with your marriage, and you want a divorce so you can free yourself from all that ailed your relationship, the only viable option is an amicable divorce. Whereas in contested divorces both parties are still fighting over the major issues, in an amicable divorce there is no more rancor. If you’re having marital trouble and need an amicable divorce, you don’t even have to take your case to court. The first step is to get together with your spouse and decide what the terms of the divorce will be. If the marriage has ended amicably, this can often take place…

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    Amicable Divorce and What it Entails

    In a civil marriage the term amicable refers to the willingness to work together in order to resolve disputes. In a legal marriage the word amicable refers to the willingness to have one’s agreement implemented through court proceedings. In both situations there is an underlying desire to achieve amiable results. In a divorce, amicable refers to the willingness to live together without irreconcilable differences. The legal definition of amicable is ‘having a spirit of conciliation, without rancor or serious disagreement.’ The spirit of conciliation, not necessarily people. An amiable divorce means that a civil divorce, wherein both parties agree on property division, alimony and child custody, has been reached by…

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    Divorce Mediation – Can it Be Used to Avoid Divorce?

    Divorce mediation is really about you, your ex-spouse and what’s best for you and your children. In mediation, both you and your ex-spouse meet with an impartial third party, the mediator; with their input, you work through all the key issues you must resolve and then, with their help, make your divorce as amicable and cost-effective as possible. Divorcing can be a very difficult time for everyone involved. Many times we feel as if our lives are spinning out of control, wondering what’s next and what our ex will think. But divorce mediation can offer you a third person perspective on how to get through this process and can help…

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    Divorce Mediation and Its Benefits

    Divorce mediation is basically a means of obtaining solutions for financial and non-financial problems such as spousal support and child support. It serves as a convenient alternative to the formal legal process of divorce litigation. In this method, both parties meet with an independent third-party to come up with a solution to the underlying issues at hand. Usually, these professionals act as an impartial third party. The mediator helps both parties come to an agreement on how to resolve the issues in question, with the mediator acting as a third party and acting on behalf of all parties to help in making sure that they reach a mutually beneficial settlement.…

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    Are You Considering An Affordable Divorce?

    Are You Considering An Affordable Divorce? An affordable divorce attorney might still send you an extremely large divorce bill. You might even be making up the divorce bill on top of each month’s bill. If you are making up the large divorce bill, an affordable divorce attorney can be much more costly than an attorney who is just as competent and experienced but who doesn’t charge such a large sum for the fees. Sometimes, however, there is no other alternative than to hire an attorney to fight your case to the court to obtain the best result possible. In these cases, you will end up paying more money because you…

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    Amicable Divorce

    Amicable Divorce 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…