If you don’t want to go through the traditional litigation process of divorce, then mediating a divorce is an option that you might want to consider. Not only does this help keep your divorce out of court, but it can also be a more cost-effective option that’s easier on you, your former spouse, and your children. Let’s take a look at the process behind divorce mediation.
First, it’s important to remember that divorce is a legal process whether you choose to mediate or not. This means it’s still important to consult with lawyers and make sure all of the legal aspects of this process are squared away. Your mediator may consult with your lawyers to get a better idea of the situation legally, as well. During mediation, they’ll work in tandem to make sure the divorce is proceeding as smoothly as possible.
The goal of mediation isn’t to go through your divorce completely conflict-free. Rather, mediation offers an alternative to aggressively battling it out in court. The ultimate goal is to find a resolution or a compromise that’s in the best interest of both parties. You may not get everything you want from the divorce, but you will be able to reach a compromise.
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