What is Divorce Mediation?
September 21, 2017
Last week I had the opportunity to attend an intense four-day Divorce Mediation Training. The training was hosted by the Family Resolution Institute in San Diego. Over the weeks to come, I will share more about mediation but for now let’s begin with the basics.
- how assets and debts are divided
- where children reside and go to school
- what religion they will be
- what medical care they will receive
- children’s extracurricular activities
- who will pay which expenses
- spousal and child support
At the core of the mediation process is the belief that families are better equipped to make decisions for themselves and their children than a judge who does not know them.
To learn more about the process, call us at 702-835-6960.
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