One thing divorcing couples often think about is how not to disclose their private information. If they divorce through the traditional litigation process, there is no way to do this. Every document gets filed with the court and is available for review by anyone who is interested. Court hearings are open to the public and a couple’s dirty laundry, so to speak, gets aired in open court. We often … [Read more...] about How Mediation Keeps Divorce Private
There are many reasons a divorcing couple may want to keep their personal lives private. This is not possible with traditional litigation which requires both parties to file all documents with the court. Documents filed with the court are then public records open to anyone who wants to see them. In a mediated divorce, these documents are not required to be filed and privacy can be … [Read more...] about Privacy Advantages in Divorce Mediation
Divorce Mediation is a process where you and your spouse meet together with a mediator who is a neutral party committed to helping you resolve your issues without the need of court intervention. You work to come to an agreement about asset division, child custody, child support, and spousal support. The mediator does not tell you what to do, but guides you through the process, letting you … [Read more...] about Is Divorce Mediation Right for Me?