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If Your Relationship Has an Imbalance of Power, Mediation May Not Be the Answer

Divorce mediation is a good way to find equitable solutions after you split. From dividing assets to negotiating custody and child support, mediation is a cooperative process. Instead of hiring lawyers for adversarial litigation, you may be able to reach a fair agreement for a fraction of the cost. Unfortunately, mediation isn’t right for all… Read More »

Is Divorce Mediation an Option for You?

If you seek less conflict and more solutions in your divorce and child custody arrangements, divorce mediation may be an option. However, it will only work if you are willing to work with your spouse to find what works for both of you. Your chances of a successful mediation increase if most of these statements… Read More »

Five Signs Mediation May Not Work for Your Divorce

Divorce mediation is a healthy, productive way for most couples to end their marriage without the conflict, stress and expense that comes with litigation. There are, however, a handful of scenarios that can make mediation difficult and in which proceeding with mediation may not be productive. The following are issues that frequently can hinder the… Read More »