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Benefits Of Divorce Mediation

Divorce can be traumatic. It’s further complicated when it involves children. Divorce arouses emotions of anger, dismay and frustration. It can also incite disputes about property and parenting time. All in all, it’s a very emotional time in one’s life.

Litigation can be long, stressful and costly and often does not lead to the best decision. Choosing to mediate can help lessen the stress and cost of litigation and help parties settle marital issues more effectively. Here’s why you should choose to mediate:


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    Divorce Mediation Is Non-adversarial In Nature

    Unlike litigation where a court imposes a decision, mediation allows divorcing couples to come up with their own resolutions to issues. In addition, mediation takes place in a non-adversarial environment with a neutral mediator who simply facilitates productive discussion.

    Divorce Mediation Is Efficient

    Mediation is much more cost effective and efficient than litigation. It avoids long, drawn out court procedures and reduces or eliminates costly attorney fees, allowing parties to save money for their future needs and the needs of their children.

    Divorce Mediation Is Private

    Unlike court proceedings, mediation is private and confidential. It allows divorcing couples to avoid airing their dirty laundry in public and allows couples to keep private issues confidential. This helps reduce the stress felt by the parties and keeps them focused on the future rather than the past.

    Reduces the Effects of Divorce on Children

    If divorce is hard for adults, imagine how it is for a child. Mediation encourages cooperation among the divorcing couple, which, in turn, helps reduce the stress and anxiety it places on a child.

    Divorce Mediation Promotes Future Cooperation

    One of the most important aspects of mediation is that it promotes future cooperation among the parties. This is especially true if children are involved. Because mediation helps facilitate amicable communication among the parties, and because the final agreement is the product of the joint work of both parties, it helps lay a foundation for respectful and amicable communication in the future. Also, because the parties come to their own resolution, they have a better understanding of the final agreement and are less likely to fight about it in the future.

    How We Can Help With Your Divorce

    Rizer Mediation strives to aid divorcing couples in coming up with the best possible resolution to these emotional issues while keeping in mind the needs of the parties and children and helping them retain control of their futures.