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5 Benefits of Choosing Divorce Mediation Over Litigation

Divorce is always a difficult decision and an emotionally fraught time. In the best-case scenario, divorcing spouses agree to part ways amicably and reach agreements on all aspects of their divorce in Colorado, including child custody, child support, and the fair distribution of their marital assets. When spouses agree on these sensitive issues during a…

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How Divorce Mediation Can Save You Time and Money

Divorce is a complicated process, both legally and emotionally. Ending a marriage, dividing a household, and preparing to parent children in two separate homes takes a great deal of preparation, planning, and legal decision-making. Ideally, spouses agree to part ways amicably—or at least without contention. When this occurs, they may resolve their conflicts outside of…

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How to Appeal Mediation Agreement Signed Under Duress

Updated Jan 2024 Mediation is a confidential meeting between two parties to resolve an issue, such as the terms of a divorce or a property settlement agreement. It is an out-of-court process in which both parties attempt to agree on a resolution to avoid going to trial. If the parties reach an agreement during mediation,…

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What Happens If You Lie in Divorce Mediation?

Divorce mediation is not the same as a court trial. It is a pre-trial meeting in which you and your spouse – with or without legal representation – work out the details of your divorce agreement without a judge’s intervention. You will have the power to agree or disagree with the terms of the divorce…

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What Happens After Divorce Mediation?

Divorce mediation is a popular alternative to a conventional courtroom setting. Mediation involves both spouses, (possibly) their lawyers and a third-party unbiased judge, or mediator. Mediation can be as official or unofficial as you wish. The mediator cannot rule on your divorce or create court orders. Instead, the mediator is there to communicate with you…

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