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Divorce Mediation Can Be Easier On Your Children

Divorce can be emotionally traumatic for all parties involved, from the spouses ending their marriage to the children who will have their lives upturned. A drawn-out litigation process will only exacerbate the emotional toll on everyone. Therefore, it’s in the best interest of both you and your children to give mediation a shot. Here are… Read More »

Keeping Hate and Family Destruction Out of the Divorce Process

No one benefits when ex-spouses continue to battle after the marriage is dissolved. If the fighting parties have children together, parental relationships could be torn apart. Fortunately, there are ways to manage the divorce process amicably so that everyone can move forward in a positive manner. Resolving disagreements through mediation, keeping your priorities in order… Read More »

How Should I Prepare for a Child Custody Mediation Session?

Most child custody disputes arise during a divorce, but unmarried parents can also use mediation to settle custody issues, and parents who are already divorced can use mediation to adjust aspects of their parenting plan that aren’t working. But whatever circumstances you find yourself in, there are positive steps you can take to prepare yourself… Read More »