If you are looking for an easier way to go through divorce, mediation may be your answer.
With a strong focus on reaching agreement over arguing outside of court, mediation has many benefits, including:
Divorcing through court puts you on the court’s timeline, not yours. The alternative, breaking up a marriage abruptly, can cause great uncertainty for you and your family. Mediation represents a third option, one where you reach consensus on critical matters outside the court allowing you to take charge of the process faster.
Because litigation is so time-intensive, legal fees can add up quickly. Even simple matters must go through the formal court process. With mediation on the other hand, mutual agreements can be handled quickly and therefore more cost effectively.
Peace of Mind
It’s never comforting to be unsure if a judge will rule in your favor on important life matters that can affect you for years to come. When you and your spouse can work towards agreement on critical matters, important issues can be resolved with greater peace of mind from the comfort of a conference room.
Although mediation is possible when there is conflict between spouses, I understand that it will not work in every case. I am a steadfast advocate for whichever forum is in your best interest, whether that’s mediation or litigation.
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