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The Benefits of Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation is considered to be just as legal of a process as a court hearing would be for a couple choosing to end their marriage. Many couples would testify to the fact that mediation allowed there to be a much cleaner cut in their marital ties and it gave them the opportunity to work through their issues and settlements without the fear of having to go to court and prove the other spouse to being unsuitable to care for their children, etc. Mediation is a process in which two spouses will come together, usually with their perspective attorneys accompanying them, and a non-biased third party member will be there to mediate the process.

The goal of divorce mediation is to see that both parties have their needs and wants worked through, and that at the end of the day they both leave relatively pleased with the settlement for their property, alimony payments, child custody arrangements, and any other facet that is to be divvied in a divorce. The mediator will help direct their conversations as well, to make sure that every topic is worked through, and no ends are left untied. Mediation provides a guided opportunity for the parents to not only agree on dividing their assets but also to discuss how they might work together as parents in the future, and in many cases parents come to agreements that are well thought out and something that they can agree upon, keeping their children’s best interest in mind.

Mediation benefits the children specifically for a variety of reasons. One of them being that mediation is the chance for parents to work through some of the more intense issues involving their divorce, and usually this involves the children and working through how to do what is best for them in the midst. Mediation opens the gates of communication for spouses, and even though they are still divorcing, their improved communication skills with one another will help them to care for their children together in the future. The mediation table is a neat opportunity for couples to work through their problems and make way for a less painful divorce, not only for themselves but also for their children.

It is important to acknowledge that mediation is not going to be the route for every married couple. In the horrible event of domestic violence or child abuse, the parents are likely going to want to go to court with their attorneys to see to it that not only do they rightfully receive what is theirs in the divorce but also that justice is served to the spouses. Divorce is a difficult process, and with the help of an experienced Jacksonville divorce attorney, it may just be a little easier. Contact Hutchinson Law today for more information, we want to help you in this time!

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