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How To Prepare For Divorce Mediation In 4 Simple Steps

1.  COMMIT TO MEDIATE

The first and most important step in divorce mediation is simply choosing and committing to mediate the issues in your divorce. Mediation is a great way for couples to save money and divorce amicably. Successful mediation, however, takes a willingness to compromise. Thinking that you can use mediation to gain an advantage over your spouse is a mistake. Before embarking on the divorce litigation path, take time to discuss mediation with your spouse. It can be a difficult topic to broach, but it will pay dividends in the end.

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4 Things You Should Expect In Divorce Mediation and One Thing You Should Not (But Many People Do)

Getting your divorce settlement right is important. If you are wisely choosing divorce mediation to resolve your divorce, the only way you are going to get your settlement right is by choosing the right divorce mediation firm. It is important because your divorce settlement will affect you legally and financially.

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How Dividing Marital Property In Divorce Works In Pennsylvania

The legal process of dividing marital property, assets and debts in non-community property states is known as “equitable distribution.” Equitable essentially means, “fair, based on the circumstances of the parties.” In comparison, in community property states, marital property is generally divided equally or 50-50.

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Hiring an Aggressive Divorce Attorney: Can I “Win” My Divorce?

One of the most fitting quotes about winning in divorce comes from the character Gavin D’Amato (Danny DeVito) in the movie The War of the Roses, in which he says, “There is no winning, only degrees of losing.”

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Top 10 Tips and Advice for People Facing Divorce

If you and your spouse are separating on good and trustworthy terms, you may not want to take some of the steps outlined below to minimize the disruption and antagonism in your lives. Often parties who are on good terms will continue to maintain joint bank accounts and other financial arrangements while the divorce is pending. However, when a spouse (more…)

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Custody Mediation Leads to Better Parenting Plans

As a parent, you are faced with a number of concerns and questions relating to your children the moment you decide to end the relationship with your partner or spouse. When will each parent have custody of the children? Will they remain in the same school? Where will the children spend their holidays and vacations?

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