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Divorce Mediation is Better for Children of All Ages

One of the biggest benefits of divorce mediation is that it is much less tense and confrontational. This means there is less of a likelihood that children will be significantly impacted by the high-stress nature of courtroom litigation. Mediation also allows parents to maintain control over all decisions related to their children. You almost certainly… Read More »

Questions to Ask Yourself About Children and Divorce

It’s understandable to get caught up in your own needs and goals as you go through the process of divorce mediation with your spouse. But it is critical that you and your spouse also keep your children in mind throughout the process, as they will also be greatly affected by all of the decisions you… Read More »

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 »

Should You Wait to Get Divorced Until the Children Are Older?

Today, the idea of staying married for the sake of the children seems antiquated. The notion that divorce is in itself damaging to children has largely been debunked, and the prevailing professional opinion seems to favor children being raised by happy parents, whether those parents remain married or not. But is there a case to… Read More »