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10 Biggest Divorce Mediation Benefits

Joe Dillon, Divorce Mediator

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  • How you move through - and eventually beyond a divorce is your choice.
  • Divorce mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process that enables divorcing couples to resolve their divorce issues out of court.
  • No other divorce option comes close to offering the advantages that mediation provides. Here are all the benefits of mediating your divorce.

A Fair, Child-Focused and Peaceful Divorce is about Choices.

Going through a major life event such as divorce is a significant and stressful experience. It’s not only emotionally devastating, but the divorce process itself can be long, drawn-out and destructive to everyone involved, including your children.

In divorce, no one wins.

But how you move through - and eventually beyond a divorce is your choice.

So wouldn’t you want to choose the divorce option that’s peaceful, cost-effective and best for you and your kids?

Of course you would!

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Topics: Planning for Divorce, Amicable, Fair, Child-Focused, Divorce Mediation

The Best Way to Get a Divorce? We Asked the Experts

Equitable Mediation

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Once you've made the difficult decision to divorce, you may feel a bit of relief - like a weight has been lifted off your shoulders.

But you now have another important decision to make. You need to decide which method to use to actually get the divorce.

In this post, you'll hear what our panel of experts have to say about the best way to get a divorce and which divorce method they recommend to their clients.

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Topics: Planning for Divorce, Amicable, Fair, Child-Focused, Divorce Support, Divorce Mediation

I Want a Divorce But My Wife Doesn't

Cheryl Dillon, Divorce Coach

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“I want a divorce but my wife doesn’t!”

You didn’t make the decision to divorce quickly.

In fact, most husbands take at least two years from the time the thought first enters their mind until the time they tell their wife they want to end the marriage.

So what happens when as an unhappy spouse, you finally muster up the courage to have that difficult conversation, only for your wife to tell you she’s not ready or unwilling to take that step?

Or, she doesn’t deal with the situation at all, thinking that if she refuses to cooperate, the divorce won't or can’t happen?

What can you do when as a husband you want a divorce but your wife doesn’t? Will you be forced to remain in your unhappy marriage for the rest of your life?

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Topics: Planning for Divorce, Divorce Support, Reluctant Spouse

The articles in this blog are for informational purposes only and are not intended as legal advice, financial advice, emotional advice or counsel.

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