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Divorce mediation: A wealth preservation strategy

Newly married couples caught up in the euphoria of wedded bliss simply do not see a future when they will not be together. The idea of divorce never enters their mind as they begin to start their new lives. After all, the vows ended with, "'Til death do us part."

Is mediation the best fit for you?

The moment you decide to end your marriage is the moment when you want to find the best possible route towards finalizing your divorce. Contrary to what you might believe, Litigation is not the only option. Mediation with the help of a skilled attorney-mediator is a way to take control of the issues surrounding your divorce.

What to look for when choosing an attorney-mediator

The benefits of cooperative divorce mediation versus contentious litigation are seemingly endless. The first step in pursuing mediation is choosing the right mediator. The choice is important and the decision should not be taken lightly.

Keep your mediation confidential, choose the right mediator

In some states, divorce proceedings are a matter of public record. New York, where all divorce proceedings are sealed, is not one of them. Many people in these other states turn to mediation, which can offer more confidentiality than traditional divorce proceedings. In New York, however, the opposite is true. There is no duty of confidentiality in mediation. 

A resolution to mediate your divorce

Gifts are put away. Decorations are taken down. Parents are getting back to work. Children are returning to school. The New Year has begun. With the dawning of 2017, reflections on 2016 begin as many are reassessing their lives. Those reassessments often take the form of resolutions.

Explore A Better Way Find out how our attorney-mediators can guide you on the road ahead.

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