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Should You Consider a Mediated Divorce?

Posted on February 12, 2018
Divorces are increasing among older Americans.

Divorce proceedings in the US have a reputation for being inherently adversarial. When many people think of the word divorce, they imagine former spouses fighting tooth and nail over of the terms of the divorce agreement. While this can happen in some cases, divorce is not always adversarial. There are options for negotiating divorce agreements, … Continue reading

Can Mediation Make Divorce Easier on My Family?

Posted on November 27, 2017
Thinking about filing for divorce?

Mediation is an option for divorce that does not receive enough discussion. If spouses are on the fence about the divorce terms, but feel that they can cooperate with each other, then mediation is an option that could be considered. A mediated divorce could be much easier on your family than a contested divorce, where … Continue reading

Can Mediation Reduce the Cost of My Divorce?

Posted on September 13, 2017
We can discuss the specifics of your divorce case.

Divorce can be a financially costly endeavor. For some people, the estimated costs may be unaffordable before and after the divorce terms are finalized. Depending on the complexities of your case or other factors, there may be better options for splitting with your spouse. Mediation is one of those options. One of the major benefits … Continue reading

Does Mediation Have Positive Effects on Children?

Posted on March 22, 2017
Thinking about filing for divorce?

The heightened emotions during a divorce can be enormously stressful on families, especially for children. However, there are options for parents to make the process less stressful for the entire family. Mediation is a way for parents to work out their differences with the help of a neutral third party, the mediator. A mediator looks … Continue reading

What are the Benefits of Mediation Over Arbitration?

Posted on March 1, 2017
It's hard to handle stress after a divorce.

Many people don’t know the difference between mediation and arbitration aside from knowing they are both alternatives to traditional litigation. They are quite similar. Both employ a third party to oversee the process. In modern litigation, however, people are more commonly using mediation over arbitration. Let’s find out why. The Benefits of Mediation Over Arbitration … Continue reading

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