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Category: Divorce Mediation

7 Co-Parenting Tips After Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation can be a helpful process for couples seeking to end their marriage while minimizing conflict and stress. However, even with the help of a mediator, co-parenting after a divorce can still be challenging. What is Co-Parenting? Co-parenting is a parenting arrangement where two or more people share the responsibilities and duties of raising...
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Property Division FAQs

Divorce can be a complicated and emotional process, especially when it comes to dividing property. Who gets what? How is it determined? What if there are disagreements? These are just a few of the many questions when dealing with property division in divorce. Property division is a critical aspect of divorce, and it can significantly...
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Divorce with Dignity: Mediation Maintains Positive Relationships

Divorce can be a complex and emotionally draining process, and it can be challenging to maintain positive relationships with your spouse. However, with the rise of online divorce mediation, there is a new option for navigating divorce with dignity and respect. Here's how online divorce mediation can help you maintain positive relationships during divorce. Navigating...
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5 Things to Know About Splitting Up a 401(k) in a Divorce

Divorce can be an overwhelming and challenging process, made more complicated if spouses have sizable retirement savings they want to divide. Splitting a 401(k) in your divorce involves paperwork, fees, taxes, and other considerations. It also requires detailed financial planning, considering how much money each spouse has contributed to the plan and any investment returns....
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How Do I Prepare for Mediation?

You’ve made the decision to mediate. Congratulations! By deciding to mediate your separation, divorce, family or any other issue, you are likely to be saving yourself emotional stress, time and money. So how can you maximize the benefits of mediation? By preparing for mediation. How to Prepare for Mediation Making sure you are prepared for...
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