Mediation Basics in Divorce
Going to court for a contested hearing can be a stressful occurrence.  This is especially true during a divorce, as the subject matter of the court’s ruling will impact your life for years or even decades.  Your family law attorney will assist you in making the proper arguments and organizing your evidence, but a contested hearing is unpredictable.  One way to avoid a final hearing is to settle in mediation....
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Do I Have to Go to Mediation?
Getting a divorce is a watershed moment, where all events in life can be measured as what came before and what came after.  Divorce can be a very stressful event, even when the spouses get along relatively well and are willing to work together to resolve the issues.  The vast majority of civil cases are settled before they reach a final hearing, and divorce is no exception.  One of the...
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Do I Have to Go to Mediation?
Getting a divorce is a watershed moment, where all events in life can be measured as what came before and what came after.  Divorce can be a very stressful event, even when the spouses get along relatively well and are willing to work together to resolve the issues.  The vast majority of civil cases are settled before they reach a final hearing, and divorce is no exception.  One of the...
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What Won’t the Court Approve in a Divorce Settlement
Divorce is a very difficult time for everyone involved, including the spouses, their shared children, and even their extended family.  Divorce is notorious for lasting for months or even years, and reaching into many very personal areas of the parties’ lives.  A divorce trial can be expensive and emotionally exhausting, as the parties are required to discuss very intimate details in a public setting.  Luckily, there is a simple alternative...
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Mediated Settlement Agreement Requirements
Divorce cases are notorious for dragging out months or even years.  Family law cases, including divorce, can be highly contentious, especially because of the highly personal nature of the subject matter of the litigation.  Fortunately, it is becoming more and more common for parties to settle some or even all of their issues before getting to a final divorce hearing.  One way this may be achieved is when the parties...
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