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- It can be less expensive than litigating a divorce in court;
- It can offer privacy as California law protects settlement discussions in mediation as confidential;
- It allows the parties in a divorce to have more control of the outcome, rather than a judge; and
- It can be a more amicable way to part ways, which can prevent hostility for years down the road, especially if children are involved.
- Child Custody and parenting plan
- Support including: Child Support; Spousal Support; Family Support
- Property division
Initial Appointment: Once a mediator has been selected, an initial appointment is held during which both spouses attend and the general goals of the parties are discussed. During this appointment, a written agreement between the parties themselves as well as the mediator will be reviewed and signed and the mediator will assign certain tasks at this initial meeting, such as bringing in certain documentation for the next meeting.
- In Today’s Uncertain Financial Times, Mediated Divorce Makes More Sense Than Ever (TheHuffingtonPost.com)
- The Concept of Mediation (socyberty.com)
- What if I Don’t Agree to Mediation? (thecourtcrazinessblog.wordpress.com)
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