Articles & Links Related to Divorce Mediation
Periodically we will post relevant articles and helpful links to help answer some of the questions you may have regarding divorce mediation.
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- New York State Council on Divorce Mediation – www.nysmediate.org
Recent Articles & Blog Posts
Parties have a right under certain circumstances to seek a modification of a child support order. Learn what they are.
Despite all the advantages of mediation, experience has shown that there are at least three major reasons why the process fails. Learn what they are.
In a divorce, would “birdnesting” be right for you? The children stay in the family home and the parents move in and out on a schedule.
Mediation is economical, flexible, fast and less contentious than litigation. You and your spouse make the important decisions.
Effective January 23, 2016 a new maintenance law will take effect, impacting how alimony after divorce is determined by courts in New York State.
Unlike in litigated divorce, in divorce mediation the couple is in control of the process and knows the cost from the outset.
The mediation process empowers clients to craft a separation or divorce agreement that is right for them and to control the costs of divorce.
When couples are separating or divorcing, there are a variety of ways to separate and divide household goods and personal property.
In divorce, a well thought-out plan for taking care of the children is critical, even for a flexible, agreeable couple.
A qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) may be needed in a divorce to share retirement benefits accrued during a marriage.