written by: Renee LaPoint email@example.com If you GOOGLE how to get divorce there are many ads, options and decisions to make. Websites of all sorts pop up. Where do you start with such an overwhelming amount of information? Divorce or separation is overwhelming. It can be paralyzing. It is normal to feel flooded with emotions […]
written by: Renee LaPoint firstname.lastname@example.org
If you GOOGLE how to get divorce there are many ads, options and decisions to make. Websites of all sorts pop up. Where do you start with such an overwhelming amount of information?
Divorce or separation is overwhelming. It can be paralyzing. It is normal to feel flooded with emotions of all kinds and find it difficult to get “unstuck”. Picking the right process option and the right professional to work with and guide you through all the decisions, are two of the biggest decisions you will make.
Divorce Mediation is a process for couples who are ready to separate or divorce that keeps you out of court, keeps your costs down and keeps the decision making with you and your spouse. You get to make the decisions that affect you and your kids as you redefine your family. Divorce Mediation allows the experts in your family and finances, YOU and your spouse, make the decisions that affect you most rather than handing the decisions off to attorneys or a judge.
Divorce Mediation allows you to communicate together in a safe, confidential process with a neutral third party (mediator) to create an agreement that will be sustainable and durable for your unique family. No one tells you what to do or takes sides. A mediator is a professional trained in conflict resolution to assist you and your spouse through the process. Mediators come from different backgrounds. Doing your research to find a qualified mediator that you trust and feel comfortable working with is critical to a successful process for you and your spouse.
You may be asking yourself several questions:
Do we have to make all the same decisions in a mediated divorce that you would in a court-based process including child support/spousal support? YES
Will my rights be protected and will we have a legally binding agreement? YES
Can we customize our agreement for what will work for our family? YES
Is mediation thousands of dollars less than a court-based divorce? YES
Will mediation take less time allowing us to move forward and heal? YES
If we do not agree on things, can mediation still work for us? YES
If Divorce Mediation sounds like the right option for you and your family, call The Mediation Center, Inc. at 585-269-8140 to set up an no obligation, initial consultation. We are happy to answer all of your questions. Or visit us at www.mediationctr.com for more information.