• Divorce Mediators

    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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    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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    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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