Divorce on television is often dramatic with a win-lose resolution but that is rarely the case in real life. Divorces are messy and going to court rarely leaves both parties feeling satisfied. Having a mediator either before or instead of a court date can help both individuals feel they have been heard. Although it’s not necessary to have a lawyer handle the mediation, it’s a good idea to have legal advise and then speak through a mediator well versed in divorce issues to get the most out of separation.
- When considering divorce, there are other alternatives outside of using litigation and the court system.
- Meditation should be considered as an effective alternative to divorce litigation.
- Meditation, instead of litigation, can save couples time, money, and stress as well as bring a balanced resolution.
“Despite how advantageous litigating your case may seem, going to trial should be considered a last resort after you have resolved all other alternatives.”
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