Mediation can be a quick, less formal method of getting divorced because court dates and litigation are not involved. It helps minimize issues and acrimony.
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Divorcing a difficult ex? When you can’t gain the cooperation of a difficult ex, let others, such as mediators and real estate agents, take on the task.
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Mediation helps coparents come to an agreement, especially if you disagree often. A “mediator” is an unbiased third party who facilitates a negotiation.
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Why should I mediate? Here are the top six reasons to choose mediation.
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CoParenting isn’t easy when the other parent is difficult. Mediation, family court, coParenting apps, and professional help all impacts your relationship.
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Mediation is one of the most important ways to reach agreements with your coParent, especially with communication is difficult.
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The coParenter App helps coParents to be better parents and keep the kids at the center, not in the middle. Not using the coParenter app could also hurt you.
The many perks of the coParenter app and how to get your difficult coParent to use coParenter.
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coParenting with a difficult coParent might be one of the hardest situations ever. So, what should you do when you have a tricky coParenting relationship?
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Just because your coParent makes different decisions than you do doesn’t automatically make them bad. Put yourself in your coParent’s shoes.
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When seeking a divorce attorney, buyer beware. Here is why mediation is best.
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A divorce doesn’t have to be an all-out war. If a courtroom conflict doesn’t appeal to you, there are other avenues to complete your divorce.
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When you prepare to divorce, you and your estranged spouse have several options as to how to accomplish this.
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A negotiator can see the universe in one of two ways: as many separate, distinct parts randomly thrown together, or as one unified whole.
If you are not currently separated and you are considering separation or divorce, I want you to ask yourself the following questions.
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