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You can both mediate and litigate your divorce

Divorce is such a 20th century convention. Alternative dispute resolutions like mediation have transformed the family law industry and saved countless families the extended drama of a protracted divorce. If you are in a foundering marriage and looking for an escape hatch, this is one solution that bears a second look.

Signs mediation is right for you and signs that it isn't

When you decide to divorce, there are several options available. For example, you can choose litigation, collaborative law or mediation. Each process comes with its own set of requirements, benefits and negative aspects. It is important to examine each option and determine which one is right for you and your specific situation.

Agreeing to disagree in a divorce

Once you and your spouse have made the decision to divorce, you still have to find your way through the mire of the divorce process. This can be a minefield for some couples, while others manage to carry it off with aplomb.

Do you want to move to another state with your children?

Imagine your 15-year marriage was stressful and tumultuous and, finally, you've decided to get a divorce. You're eager and hopeful for the future, but you need more than just a change in your relationship status. You want to move out of state, and bring your children with you.

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