You and your spouse aren’t on great terms since he came home demanding a divorce. He accused you of cheating on him, despite the fact that you didn’t. Once he realized that he was wrong, he apologized and wanted to work on your relationship, but you feel like that bridge has been burned. You want to have a positive divorce and to move on.
Divorce mediation can be a healthy way to end your relationship. You and your spouse may not be on the same page with wanting a divorce, but if you both want what is best for yourselves and each other moving forward, then it might be a good idea to talk to a mediator.
Why Choose Mediation When You’re Divorcing?
Mediation has the benefit of creating a more relaxed atmosphere where you and your spouse can talk. The goal isn’t to help you get back together, so you don’t have to worry about that. Instead, the idea is that you can both talk through how you want to divide your assets and responsibilities to keep your divorce away from a trial.
A mediator can help guide you, but they are not there to make decisions for you. They’ll help keep the conversation respectful and on track, so you can both work through property division and other considerations together. If there is a breakdown in communication or a legal concept you don’t understand, the mediator is there to help.
Mediation can be an excellent way to end a relationship on as good of terms as possible. With a quality mediator, you can save money and time while also staying away from a trial setting.