Divorce Mediation – An Alternative To A Divorce Attorney & Less Costly. Divorce mediation is an alternative way of coming to a conclusion of your marriage. Successful mediation resolves all of the matters through a settlement agreement. It is a less confrontational, & usually a less adversarial process. This is because you & your spouse…

What Is The Division Of Marital Property? Connecticut is one of the states that uses the equitable division of marital property law. This determines the division of assets between a married couple when they are going through a divorce. It’s important to understand that when it comes to equitable distribution, the division of assets is equitable. This…

It is important to remember that during mediation, the mediator does not give legal advice. Having your own attorney is not mandatory for mediation, and it is entirely your decision. However, at the first session with my clients I do encourage them to each go to an attorney. This way they are able to inquire…

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas.

How Much Alimony Will I Receive? During a divorce, a settlement agreement must be made. Sometimes, one of the spouses is granted alimony payments as a part of the settlement. Alimony can help a person support themselves and maintain their quality of life after the divorce has been finalized. Many spouses want to know, “How…

Mediation is becoming one of the most popular ways in which a couple gets a divorce or legal separation. Through a settlement agreement, a couple can file it with the court to get a divorce or use it to establish legal separation. Mediation helps couples avoid the pitfalls of litigation. What are the pitfalls of…

Of course, you can mediate your divorce. Even if you don’t get along doesn’t mean you need to spend the time and money on a drawn-out court battle. The mediator’s job is to bring the people together, to facilitate a constructive negotiation and come to an amicable conclusion. They may not get along but that…

A mediator can design a format that includes both, meeting with the clients either together, or caucusing with them separately and then coming back together again; whatever works best in that situation. It is really dependant upon the level of cooperation and communication the mediator sees and what will best facilitate reaching an agreement. It…

As a mediator, I act as a facilitator to help parties, spouses, or parents resolve the issues that need to be discussed and decided in the context of a divorce, separation, or an annulment. There are going to be challenging issues such as parenting and custody. How do we manage? What does the new family…

In mediation, it is not productive to speak about the misconduct of the other party.We don’t want to fan the emotions and hostility of this divorce. We want to have a situation and an atmosphere where there is communication and cooperation. However, if the misconduct directly impacts the equitable distribution of funds, that would otherwise…

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