Divorce is a time of change for families. Plans for the children, division of property and financial arrangements all need to be worked out. Divorce is also a time of great emotional upheaval. These changes and emotions can result in conflicts between family members. How these conflicts are resolved can influence a family’s adjustment to divorce.
For most people, conflict is frightening and stressful. On the other hand, conflict can result in the productive airing of differences and can lead to creative solutions that address the changing needs of all family members.
Take Control Of Your Divorce Process
Too often in the divorce process, family members feel like bystanders while lawyers, judges, and others work out these crucial issues. Even in the face of anger, fear and hurt, it is possible for people to negotiate an agreement which balances the interests of each family member and benefits everyone in the long run.
The Benefits Of Mediation
- Confidential process
- More cost effective
- More time efficient