• Divorce Mediation

    Divorce Mediation – An Overview

    Divorce mediation is a non-legal alternative dispute resolution method; it takes away the full legal trial process of the court room and it reduces the possibility that the spouses actually take control of the divorce. The spouses effectively take over the mediation process instead. They are able to have their needs and desires, as well as those of their spouse, considered by an impartial, experienced mediator. This process also reduces your overall attorney fees. Divorce mediation can be used in family law as well. There are many advantages to this process including reducing the costs of litigation, the amount of time spent on litigation and creating a better environment for…

  • Divorce Mediation

    Divorce Mediation

    Divorce mediation is an effective process which enables divorcing couples to face each other in a neutral setting to discuss and work out key divorce-related issues without the cost and stress of a lengthy divorce proceeding. Mediation is normally less stressful and generally less expensive than a full-blown divorce proceeding, and it often progresses much quicker. If your spouse does not agree to participate in the mediation process, or if you are not able to reach a consensus, divorce mediation will not occur. A neutral third-party individual presides over the matter and makes decisions about your divorce. In order for mediation to be successful, there must be an open and…

  • Divorce Mediators

    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…