Robin Wilson

  • What Every Couple Needs To Know About Divorce Mediation

    When most people think of divorce, they think of an angry court proceeding that might involve resentment and hurt feelings. The truth is that you don't have to approach divorce this way. Ex-couples do not have to feel like adversaries when they approach the process of divorce thanks to a process called mediation. Divorce mediation allows the two parties to agree, compromising on important details. The result is a process that is less damaging and more affordable.
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  • Seeking A Divorce? 3 Strategies For Working Through The Mediation Process

    Today, many couples prefer using mediation to settle important issues during their divorce. This is because mediation gives you and your ex-spouse more control over keeping your personal details private while avoiding having to get your kids involved. If you are able to agree with your spouse on major issues, then it is also possible to reach a Settlement Agreement faster than you would with a traditional divorce. As you prepare for your first mediation meeting, use these tips to make the process of settling your affairs easier.
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