Divorce Mediation: Helping Parents Communicate Better

In litigation, it is up to a court judge to finalize the agreements that both sides have to comply with. A judge will take in many factors when preparing an agreement and the well-being of the children who will be affected by the agreement is given paramount interest. Since this point is pivotal to factor in, a judge's perspective on a case might only consider the relevant matters.

With this, the parents might not be fully satisfied. This is where divorce mediation comes in. Mediation allows parents to look for better solutions to the issues their family is dealing with. In effect, there is more room for communication. Also, the mediator will be there to open up the options with the parents, fostering in them more cooperation during the mediation process.

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