Divorce Mediation: Making Your Strained Relationships Better
The court, during usual litigation hearings, is responsible for making the final agreements that parties or spouses must comply with. Factors such as, the children and the properties involved must be considered too. Along the way it is possible for one spouse to have strained relations with the other spouse, and here’s why:
The spouse might not be fully on the same page with the other spouse;
The spouse might not conform to the agreement;
The spouse might have problems in work that could affect the visitation rights;
The spouse might have history of domestic violence;
The spouse might have problems in communicating with the other spouse.