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									Divorce Mediation

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Divorce mediation has become a more affordable and ‘harmonious’ way to
deal with one’s divorce. But it’s significant to note that not all
divorce cases are meant for divorce mediation.

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Divorce mediation has become a more affordable and ‘harmonious’ way to
deal with one’s divorce. But it’s significant to note that not all
divorce cases are meant for divorce mediation.

In cases where you have an abusive spouse, the safety that the Court may
provide would be recommended. When you are dealing with a spouse who
perpetually argues with every word that passes your lips, then it’s
highly unlikely that you’ll be able to confer about concerns of divorce
through mediation.

As long as there are issues that need to be addressed due to a lack of
cooperation on either side, mediation will not quite cut it. In cases
where you are having difficulty finding middle ground with your spouse,
it would be a good idea to seek the legal help of a divorce attorney

<b>Divorce mediation requires compromise</b>

Divorce mediation is possible and helpful if both parties are willing to
compromise and agree to confer with one mediator rather than seek the
legal advice of separate attorneys. This does help both parties save on
expensive court fees. Mediation can greatly reduce the total expense of
the divorce procedure and you and your mate will generally have more
control over the agreement.

The benefits of mediation normally help the agreement along, leading to a
successful and enduring settlement. It has also been observed that
mediation is not as distressing on the children as a full-blown court
case with lawyers and all. This point alone can make mediation instantly
appealing to a problematic couple.

<b>What exactly is mediation?</b>
Divorce mediation involves a mediator who assists a couple in coming to
an agreement. Unlike what many may believe, a mediator isn’t there to
make the decisions for you. Nor will he/she tell you and your mate how
things ought to be. A divorce mediator will simply sketch out the matters
at hand for you and your mate as he/she assists you in your own decision
making. This process is normally accomplished through a series of
questions as well as concentration on results rather than dwelling on
disputes. Even as some arguments may occur, one mustn’t be so quickly
discouraged. The mere fact that both parties agreed to try mediation
means that they are able to cooperate with one another. Normally, the
idea of how mediation saves their children from further distress can
encourage a couple to come to an amicable agreement.

<b>How long will it take?</b>

The mediation period may be just a number of weeks to even an entire
year. It really depends on you and your spouse and the complexity of the
matters concerned. If you both are able to reach a harmonious agreement
early on, it will be fairly easy to shorten the process of mediation.

In order to help this process along, both parties should be completely
aware of his/her rights as well as the possible alternatives which are
accessible. The mediator will supply the parties with a Memorandum of
Agreement. A Separation Agreement may then be written from the basis of
this prior agreement. An attorney may be required in translating the

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