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Divorce mediations are sometimes unsuccessful. This can be true even when both parties engage in mediation with the best intentions and work toward a settlement. What can you do after a failed divorce mediation?
Counsel, Parties, and Mediators are getting comfortable in the midst of the current health emergency with the idea…
Leading personal finance website The Penny Hoarder recently published eleven low-cost divorce tips in an articled titled Getting Divorced? It Doesn’t Have to Cost a Fortune. The number one piece of advice?: “Use a mediator instead of an attorney.”
In most states and in most situations divorce filings are public information. However, if you are interested in removing your divorce information from the public eye, there may be actions to can take.
Why would you choose to try mediation when you could instead take your dispute to a court hearing. There are numerous advantages of mediation over court, and not all of them are obvious at first glance.