I'm almost divorced. I'm in that yucky period of divorce in which mediators or lawyers (in our case, a mediator) are called upon to dissect your financial information and life in order to determine a serious course of postmarriage action. So far, both parties - my ex-husband and myself - have remained intact. No one has gone on a wild drinking bender, become a Hare Krishna, or decided to twerk on a high school cheerleading squad or football team.
Mediation in child custody determinations is popular, partly due to the mediation principle of neutrality, which theoretically gives both parents an equal chance at a fair allocation of parenting time. However, not all divorce cases...
Mediators are like the nurses of the divorce world. Mediators are to attorneys what nurses are to doctors.
The divorce process can be an expensive proposition. In uncertain financial times, like we are currently experiencing, it is even more crucial to find ways to help reduce the burden of divorce, both emotionally and financially
Mediation is the most sensible way to divorce, but when was your (almost) ex ever sensible? The post How to Get Your Reluctant Ex to Agree on Divorce Mediation appeared first on The Good Men Project.