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Divorce Mediation Checklist

Published by: Scott Spooner • On: 10-10-2014 • Under: Divorce, Family Law, Mediation • Tagged: , ,

Person drafting a mediation checklist. Mediating a divorce settlement can be an effective and efficient way to resolve your divorce action.  For a mediation to be successful, it helps to put aside emotional and personal issues in order to come to terms with your spouse.  Reaching a mediated settlement can speed up an otherwise lengthy litigation process. When both parties make an effort to give full disclosure and act cordially despite differences, mediation can be a helpful way to resolve your case. If a case does not get settled, a divorce litigation can turn into a boxing match with punches being thrown from both sides due to raw and unsettled feelings. In addition, it can hurt family members indirectly involved in the process.

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Six Keys to Divorce Mediation Success

Published by: Scott Spooner • On: 12-17-2012 • Under: Divorce, Family Law, Mediation • Tagged: , , ,

Mediation can be a very effective way to resolve the issues in a divorce. As opposed to a trial (where the divorce terms are decided by a judge or jury), mediation is a negotiation process conducted in a conference room setting where the spouses reach an agreement on their terms. During mediation, the spouses and their legal counsel speak with a mediator who is trained to help people reach an agreement. The mediator is usually an attorney, counselor, or other professional.  Mediation, if done properly, can be a faster and cheaper alternative to litigation in court.  Here are six key points that will help you make the most of your mediation.

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