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3 compelling reasons to consider mediated divorce

On Behalf of | Mar 25, 2022 | Uncategorized |

Divorce can be a profoundly stressful experience. From the uncertainty about the future to loss of companionship, family relationships and scuttled future plans, divorce can take a significant toll on the parties involved. 

Granted these circumstances, the importance of the choice about how you are going to dissolve your marriage cannot be overstated. Here are three compelling reasons why you need to give mediation a chance during your divorce process. 

It protects your privacy

Any matter that ends up in the court becomes a public affair. And that includes your divorce. Anyone can sit in the gallery and listen to the intimate details of your divorce during the litigation process. And this may not be ideal for you. Additionally, the outcome of your divorce will also be available in court records for anyone to access. 

Mediation, on the other hand, is a private affair. Thanks to this, both parties can comfortably confide in their mediators knowing that their private business won’t be exposed to the public.

It helps protect your children

Divorce can be quite difficult for a couple’s children. Fortunately, mediation can shield the children from the limelight during those difficult times. Additionally, mediation can help you and your spouse reach an amicable resolution that serves in the best interest of both the parents and the children. 

It is cost-effective

Make no mistake; a court-facilitated divorce can be quite expensive. From the court fees to legal fees, a divorcing couple might end up paying thousands of dollars to end their marriage. Of course, the last thing you want to add to your list of worries during those turbulent weeks and months is money. Mediation offers a cost-effective alternative to solving sticky issues during the divorce process. 

Contrary to belief, divorce does not have to be a protracted and highly emotional undertaking. Find out how you use mediation to dissolve your marriage on amicable terms without paying through the nose.