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Don't sabotage communication trying to make it easier

During your divorce, if you go the mediation route and try to reduce conflict, odds are you will need to have some tough conversations. They may just be about your desire to get divorced in the first place. They could be about how to split up parenting time with your children. Divorce requires these types of conversations as you work things out, no matter how hard they may be.

What do divorce mediators do when couples reach impasses?

Many Florida couples are happy to learn that there's an alternative option for resolving a divorce aside from duking it out in a courtroom. When they learn about mediation, it often intrigues them. Many of them wonder if they'll be able to successfully reach a compromise with a spouse that they're on the outs with. Most mediators have a variety of techniques that they can employ should impasses arise though.

What should you look for when choosing a mediator?

A mediated divorce can save a couple considerable time, money and stress. If you have children, the mediation process can provide a good basis for a healthy, cooperative co-parenting relationship. While you can each have an attorney and other professionals advising you as you go through the process, you'll be responsible for working out your property, support and custody agreements with the guidance of a neutral third-party mediator.

Why is divorce mediation so popular?

"Divorce mediation" is a relatively new term to a lot of people -- especially if you still picture divorce the old-fashioned way, with two parties bickering in court over the disposition of everything from the house to the cookware. But divorce mediation isn't new -- and it's definitely not a fad. It is, however, becoming one of the hottest trends among divorcing couples.

Divorce mediation helps couples resolve many issues

Many Florida couples approaching the end of marriage tend to view divorce mediation as a fad or a trend. They may not understand the many benefits this way of ending a marriage offers. Quick examples of these benefits include less conflict for parents and kids, affordable costs and a faster overall resolution.

Divorce mediation worth exploring

Marriages don't have to end the way divorce is portrayed in the movies. There doesn't have to be one partner throwing the other's stuff out the window. Or worse yet, threatening to withhold the children from the other. There are ways to split-up under civil circumstances and move on without litigation.

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