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.
One of the most important issues to be resolved in the Separation Agreement is the Parenting Plan. This document will impact parents and children not only at the beginning of the separation/divorce, but also in the future.
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.
These divorce terms describe some of the more important considerations you consider during mediation.
Divorce mediation can be an extraordinarily cost effective and timely method of getting separated or divorced.
Divorce mediation affords an opportunity to create an agreement about maintenance that can help spouses to build stability in an unpredictable future.