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The Law Offices of Ian S. Mednick, P.C. > Posts tagged "Mediation"

How Simple Mediation Methods Can Help Your Children Cope with the Divorce

Most divorce cases are complicated and very rarely end amicably. Throughout the years, we have handled a diverse range of divorce cases and most of time children have the hardest time dealing with the divorce.We completely understand the turbulent emotions couples feel during the divorce process, which is why we are always to remind them to keep the interests and well-being of their children in mind. Children, especially teenagers, find it really difficult to cope with drastic changes in their lives. Here are ways you can help your children.Listening to Your ChildrenIn most cases, children are in the middle when...

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Proper Preparation for Mediation

Mediation is the best path to take as a means of amicably settling a divorce or separation. It’s a process that allows both parties to divide their assets on their terms, and avoid a potentially traumatic and costly divorce proceeding. But, make no mistake, this is still a negotiation and you need to prepare properly to get a fair deal.Stay Calm and MediateOne of the benefits of mediation is that everyone can speak freely. The lawyer in the room is not there to dissect every syllable of what you say to gain some sort of litigious advantage. This will allow...

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Mediation: Pros Outweigh the Cons

Mediation is one way to get through divorce on civil terms with your spouse. This process is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) intended to minimize conflict while divorcing spouses work through their differences and decide on agreement settlements.Deciding to undergo mediation can protect your children and finances from the consequences of an antagonistic litigated divorce. For couples who can tolerate being in the same room, mediation is a workable and stable path toward divorce. Here are some of its advantages:With the help of an experienced mediator, you and your spouse can better understand the issues that you must...

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Divorce Mediation: An Alternative to Court

Couples who are willing to discuss how they will proceed with their divorce may consider mediation as an alternative to filing a lawsuit. Through mediation, the process may not only be significantly shorter than going through the courts, as it may also be a more cost effective option for both parties.Issues addressed in divorce mediationDuring the mediation process, the couple attempts to reach an amicable settlement on their concerns, such as division of assets, child support and custody, retirement, taxes and others. They work out the specifics of their divorce with the help of a mediator. Divorce mediation enables the...

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