Articles: About Divorce Mediation
Some six years ago I wrote an article for our site entitled Long Distance Mediation. The motivation for that article came about when a couple was seeking a mediated divorce and one was living in New York and the other in Germany with no possibility to return to the United States.
It truly depends. Clients must first consider and resolve other questions that arise with respect to their new life as a single person and/or single parent.
Divorce mediator Jerry Fabiano shares how people going through divorce can benefit from working through their options with a financial advisor.
Divorce mediator Jerry Fabiano breaks down the difference between an uncontested divorce, or mediation, and a contested divorce.
There are many decisions that you need to make when considering divorce, and among the biggest is whether you should keep the marital residence.
Jerry describes how mediation affords you the option to get a settlement that you and your spouse both think will work. You can avoid the cost and stress of going to court.
How long a divorce mediation may take is dependent in part on how prepared the couple is. Preparation is a key to success.
Jerry discusses a real case examining the cost differential between divorce mediation and litigation.
Jerry discusses whether it may make sense for a couple to legally separate rather than divorce right away, and some factors to consider.
Jerry discusses when it may make sense for there to be no child support payments from one spouse to another after divorce.
Jerry discusses some of the more important “bits and pieces” or common facts that some people seeking divorce do not know.
We can learn the value of using mediation for divorce from a variety of experiences, including from those of politicians.
Jerry Fabiano shares the empowering story of how divorce mediation and continued discussions helped one couple to agree on a mutually-beneficial and financially sound solution regarding the marital residence.
The separation agreement often does not deal with some important consequences and new realities that the former couple will eventually need to address. In this post, Jerry Fabiano shares some of those new realities along with questions to consider.
Andrea Peyser’s 2017 article in the NY Post “Divorce System Prompts Bitter Couples to Use Kids as Weapons,” found that the only people to benefit from protracted power struggles between adults are lawyers. There is a better way, and that way is mediation.