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In Florida, if you have a litigated issue about how your property is divided and distributed, we’ll go to the court. There are many factors that a court would consider in deciding what would be considered fair and equitable under your particular set of facts. Remember, in mediation, you’re not before a judge. You get…

Connecticut is an equitable distribution property state. However, equitable does not necessarily mean equal. Distribution depends on the facts of your case. In making a decision, a judge will consider many factors. Among those factors are the age of the parties, the length of the marriage, and the parties’ health, education, income, and future income…

In a mediated divorce, you will be sitting down with your mediator, who is a facilitator, to help you communicate with the other party and negotiate a settlement. In a contested divorce there is no mutual agreement. Consequently, a judge will ultimately decide financial and parenting matters Even if your divorce starts out as a…

The format for the mediation process is developed by the mediator together with the parties. Sometimes while discussing custody and parenting issues, spouses have requested that children participate in the mediation session. However, this is a bit unusual because, after all, we’re talking about minor children. You, as the parents, are the adults, and the…

The mediation process is created by the mediator together with the parties. When discussing custody and parenting issues, from time to time spouses may ask that children participate in the mediation. However, it is often not in the best interests of the children to be involved in adult decisions in the mediation setting. It is…

It is a requirement under Connecticut state law to set the grounds for your divorce in your complaint. The complaint is the document that starts the action before the court. Prior to the advent of the no-fault grounds,which is the marriage breaking down and being irretrievable with no reconciliation possible, there were the fault grounds…

A mediator’s role is to facilitate an agreement with both parties. The mediator is a neutral party and represents both parties to the mediation. This would be the father and mother in a custody matter, or the husband and wife in a separation/divorce matter. An attorney can only represent one of the parties. Even if…

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