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Mediation process may make divorce less stressful

When people decided to get divorced in Texas, they may understandably worry about how contentious the process will be. The reality is that divorce does not have to be a hostile event if both spouses are willing to take advantage of mediation, a process by which they can negotiate in a fair manner. However, for mediation to work, it is paramount that the two spouses are willing to try to resolve their differences together.

Mediation is a process where two divorcing individuals work with a mediator who is neutral. The goal of mediation is to mitigate conflict while still allowing both parties to communicate their priorities and concerns. For instance, they can discuss their wishes regarding matters such as child custody, visitation, asset distribution and alimony.

A major benefit of this process when compared with traditional divorce litigation is that is less stressful and more cost effective. Many couples also choose mediation because they can tailor this process to their unique needs. Yet another reason why mediation is popular during divorce today is that it offers flexibility. With litigation, on the other hand, couples must follow the schedule of the family law court.

If two spouses decide to move forward with mediation in Texas, they must fully disclose their personal information, such as financial details, with each other in advance. Otherwise, their resolution may end up being one sided. A divorce attorney can help a divorcing spouse navigate the mediation process with confidence, making sure that his or her best interests are upheld from beginning to end.

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