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How can mediation be beneficial in my divorce?

How can mediation be beneficial in my divorce?

When a couple in Pennsylvania feels as though their marriage is coming to an end, they will often consider their divorce options. There are a variety of options that a couple can choose from for their divorce, one of which is divorce mediation. Many couples find that mediation is the best way to mitigate the financial and emotional impacts of the divorce on all parties involved and that they walk away feeling better about the situation.

There are a number of benefits that couples who take part in mediation are able to enjoy. Mediation often allows the couple to save time and money, because mediation takes as long as the couple needs it to and fewer sessions result in lower costs, as well as the omission of court fees. Another benefit of mediation is that the couple will be allowed to take control over their future, as they won’t have to rely on a judge to make the decisions of the divorce for them. Divorces that take place in court can be painful for the whole family but mediation allows everyone to feel less of an emotional burden because they can remain in a peaceful setting during the proceedings.

While mediation is wonderful for many couples, it is important to note that it is not for everyone. If you wish to take part in a successful mediated divorce, you must be willing to communicate with and compromise with your spouse. If you are unwilling to set aside your differences and talk through the issues of your divorce in a somewhat respectful and productive manner, mediation may not be the best course of action for you. Couples who are not good candidates for mediation may need a judge to decide on the outstanding matters of their divorce for them through the process of litigation.

If you need an experienced attorney to help you determine whether mediation is right for your divorce, contact our firm today.

Anderson, Converse & Fennick is an experienced law firm in York County, Pennsylvania focusing on Education Law, Family Law, Estate Planning, and Civil Litigation matters. If you need a knowledgeable attorney that will effectively represent your interests, contact Anderson, Converse & Fennick today.

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