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Can mediation resolve all your divorce issues?

On Behalf of | Jan 13, 2023 | Divorce |

Divorce is a complex and emotional process for everyone involved. It can be hard to separate personal feelings from the practical issues that need to be resolved, such as property division, child custody, and alimony. One way to handle these issues is through mediation, which can be an effective way to reach a resolution that works for both parties. But can mediation resolve all your divorce issues?

Mediation is a versatile and flexible process that can help you resolve a wide range of issues that arise during a divorce. Some of the most common issues that can be solved through mediation include the following:

What mediation involves

  1. Property division: Mediation can help you, and your spouse agree on how to divide your shared property and assets.
  2. Child custody: Mediation can help parties work together to create a parenting plan that is in the best interests of their children. In addition, mediation can help you agree on how much child support should be paid and how it should be paid.
  3. Alimony: Through mediation, you and your spouse will be able to agree on how much spousal support should be paid.

Why should you consider mediation?

There are several reasons why you should consider mediation when going through a divorce. Some of the benefits of mediation include the following:

Confidentiality: Mediation is conducted behind closed doors, with confidential discussions and agreements, which can provide a sense of privacy and security for the parties involved.

It saves time: Litigating a divorce case in court can be a long and expensive process, but mediation can usually be completed in a shorter period. Moreover, mediation is more affordable than litigation.

Preserve relationships: Since mediation aims to reach a resolution that works for everyone, it can help you and your spouse to communicate and co-parent effectively in cases where children are involved.

Mediation can be a valuable tool to resolve divorce issues. However, if you are considering it, seek legal guidance to determine whether the process is the right option.