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Protecting your children with divorce mediation

As a spouse, you know it's time to end your marriage, but as a parent you worry that a divorce may harm your children. This is a reasonable concern, and one that many more parents should carefully consider before serving a spouse with divorce papers. However, there's good news for parents who worry about the effects of a divorce on children.

Not happy with the divorce decree? Go back to court

The day you walked into court to finalize your divorce, you expected that to be the end of it. However, after a few days of contemplating the divorce decree, you realized that you are not even close to happy with the decisions the court made. But what can you do now that the divorce is final? Do you have any options at all?

Could you benefit from a collabortive law divorce?

The use of alternative dispute resolution in divorce proceedings just makes sense. Imagine you have been married for 15 years and you're seeking a divorce. You and your ex-spouse may have amassed a lot of marital assets together, including vehicles, real estate, retirement savings, cash bank accounts and more. You may also have child custody and child support decisions to make.

Self-Representing In Your Divorce Can Backfire

If you’re about to start your divorce process, you may be tempted to believe that representing yourself will save you money that you’d rather keep than throw at lawyers. While this is an understandable reaction, the truth is that you're probably underestimating what the whole process of divorce involves and requires. If you’re not familiar with that process, you may end up hiring a lawyer later, and spending that money anyway on top of the money and effort you’ve already spent trying to do it yourself.

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