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How to Get Your Spouse to the Mediation Table

Often a spouse is interested in ending their marriage without going to court but just doesn’t know how to get their husband or wife to agree to mediation. Maybe the other spouse is feeling hurt or angry and doesn’t want to sit down and discuss things. Or the other spouse might have a lawyer who… 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 »

Divorce Mediation: The Healthy Way to Break Up

According to the Holmes and Rahe stress scale, divorce is the second most stressful life event a person can experience, surpassed only by the death of a spouse. The legal system, with its adversarial nature, doesn’t do much to mitigate the feelings of anxiety and depression that many people feel when their marriage ends. Thankfully,… Read More »

Make Sure You Understand the Costs of Child Custody Litigation

Concern for your children should be paramount when you are going through a divorce. Addressing their needs in a child custody proceeding can be a difficult task requiring a great deal of attention. No matter your financial situation, time and money is finite. As you go through the process, you will want to help your… Read More »