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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?
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Couples can mediate their divorce disputes whether or not they each hire a lawyer. The main disadvantage of hiring lawyers is the high cost. If your divorce ends up in court then the combination of court delays and legal fees can produce a huge dent in your finances.
Getting divorced can be a stressful process. If you suffer from a mental health issue, such as depression or anxiety, the experience of divorce can be even more challenging. Below are some tips for navigating divorce, with a focus on how your lawyer or mediator can support you during this difficult time.
It is common for divorce settlement agreements to require mediation for these types of disputes before the parties can get a hearing before a judge. Even if mediation is not required in the divorce decree, the parties can choose the mediation option after these disputes arise.