The Peaceful Divorce Blog
For couples who divorce amicably or not, the question of “what to do with the house” becomes a financial, emotional and parenting dilemma all wrapped up into one gut-wrenching decision.
You might find it helpful to learn that once spouses make the joint decision to divorce, there often is a moment of clarity where they acknowledge they both want a peaceful, efficient process.
A peaceful, out-of-court process sounds enticing, especially for those who are ready to get if over with, don’t want to spend a lot of money, and are at least civil. However, is divorce mediation the best process for you?
The goal of a parenting plan is to clearly and legally document a plan for logistics, decision-making and communication as parents separate and divorce.
Mediation for child support is one of the best investments to make – not only financially, but to peacefully end your marriage and raise children together.
Learn about each step of the divorce mediation process, so you know what to expect, how to prepare, and how long it could take.
A divorce consultation is a big step. You will discuss spousal support, child support, division of marital property, divorce mediation and filing process and more.
The FL 140 or Declaration of Disclosure in CA is important for transparency. An overview of the required declaration of disclosure divorce forms in CA.
The average cost of divorce in California may surprise you. Learn what expenses to expect and how you can control the final price tag.
If you’re preparing for your divorce mediation sessions, it’s time to get organized. This blog provides a comprehensive list of what you may need during your mediation.