Tag: ipswich divorce mediation

Post-divorce mediation

A marriage may end legally. If children are involved, the marriage continues in many ways long after the divorce is final. Issues will arise. You and your ex may not agree on an issue or be able to come up with a compromise on your own. If you effectively ended your marriage through mediation, it… Read more »

Divorce mediation without the divorce

There’s a misconception that a couple must be divorcing to engage in mediation. In an age where second and third marriages are commonplace, it’s not unusual for couples to enter into mediation to sort out an agreement prior to marriage (Prenuptial Agreement), when marriage is not in the plans (Cohabitation Agreement) or when the parties… Read more »

Communication and divorce mediation

Many marriages break down because of a lack of communication or poor communication. So if a marriage can’t last due to bad communication, how can you expect those same two people to sit in a room and come to an agreement in divorce mediation? Does a neutral third-party mediator make that big of a difference?… Read more »

How long will my divorce mediation take?

It’s a question that’s asked quite frequently. The answer is pretty standard: “That depends.” Couples often choose mediation based on the presumption that it will be faster than going through litigation. Typically, that’s correct, but not always. Factors arise in divorces of all kind—litigation, mediation and collaborative—that can prolong negotiation. “That depends” is my stock… Read more »