Divorce Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process whereby the parties are assisted by a trained and skilled third party. The Divorce mediator facilitates confidential communication, reconciliation and negotiation between the parties to reach a voluntary and mutually agreeable divorce resolution.
Divorce Mediation is an entirely new concept to legally handling divorce. In fact more and more people are resorting to (ADR) Alternative Dispute Resolution for a resolve of their legal issues without courts. Divorce Mediation leaves out the formalities and cost that courts could usually bring such as expensive lawyer fees, court fees, hearings, and more. Divorce Mediation is a simple option to get things worked out in regards to the divorce settlement, parenting, finances, and parting ways on positive terms.
Divorce Mediation can mean the difference in a nasty divorce that costs tons of money, and an amicable divorce that escapes the idiosyncrasies that most court divorces exploit. What is divorce mediation? It is a legal process where you and your spouse will sit down in an informal setting with a divorce mediator and discuss all the factors that need to be decided upon in a collaborative and compromising manner. It is much easier than fighting and having a judge make the decisions for you.
There are many benefits to Divorce Mediation:
Divorce mediation is definitely becoming the new trend in approaches to the high rates of divorce that are increasing. It extracts the formalities of court and is serving as a reasonable alternative to end the divorce amicable and in both parties best interest. There is a strategic process in which mediation takes place. Here is a few steps that the mediation will involve, before finalizing the divorce and it’s terms:
The two parties will be scheduled a day that the Divorce Mediation will take place.
The finality of the divorce will occur when all these terms are agreed upon and the mediator will send the legalities to the judge to sign, and the divorce will be granted upon the terms that the two parties have mutually stipulated.