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It's not 'all or nothing' when it comes to mediating a divorce

Many people assume mediation is not a viable dispute resolution method for their divorce. Often, people think this because there are issues that divorcing spouses simply cannot agree on. However, mediation is not an all-or-nothing dispute resolution method.

3 decisions that could derail mediation efforts

Mediating a divorce can be an attractive option for anyone looking for the most peaceful process and resolutions over which they have control. However, choosing mediation is just one step in securing this type of outcome. Participants must also commit to avoiding certain decisions or behaviors during the process that could derail mediation efforts.

Mediation vs. Litigation: Which Is The Right Choice For You?

Deciding on a method for your divorce will be one of the most important decisions you make. A less adversarial approach is best for many couples, especially those with children, which is why mediation is a popular option. For others, a mutual agreement may be too difficult to reach, and litigation ends up being the only option.

How cryptocurrency can affect your divorce

Allegations of fraud and deceit can upend efforts to divorce amicably through mediation. If there is a lack of trust,or concerns that one person is lying about important factors like marital assets, it may be impossible to come to a fair, agreeable solution outside of court. This can be a frustrating, expensive obstacle to overcome.

On the mediation process and how it helps

When a couple decides that it is time to divorce, they have a decision to make about what process they will use to complete the divorce. One option is litigation. Litigation does not mean that a couple cannot come to a settlement, but the hard things that parties say about each other and write about each other in court documents can create hurt feelings and make coming to an agreement more difficult.

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