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The most common perception of divorce is that of a long, expensive, adversarial legal process. But that doesn’t have to be the reality. There are options that can allow you to settle child custody, division of property and ongoing support without resorting to litigation. We’ll cover two divorce processes that can shorten the time and keep things less adversarial: Mediation and Collaboration.
The advantage, besides saving money and time is that these options can help set healing in motion and create a framework for co-parenting post-divorce that allows for mutual cooperation.
In a mediated divorce, you and your spouse select a neutral person who will help you negotiate and come to a resolution together. This usually requires several meetings, usually over months. The person does not have to be an attorney, although many attorneys specialize in this type of divorce.
The mediator has no power to decide anything about the... ...
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