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How can you use virtual mediation in your divorce?

The decision to divorce is stressful enough. Now spouses need to consider the entire process and how it will hit them mentally, emotionally and financially. Married couples in California and elsewhere understand that divorce can hit your pocket hard. Additionally, it is not know as a legal process that is completed quickly. Thus, divorcing couples often seek out other avenues and options when it comes to reaching a final divorce decree. Mediation is one of those options.

The mediation process uses a neutral party to help divorcing couples move through the divorce process. It is cost-effective, and if couples are willing to hear each other out and negotiate, it can be completed successful in a short period of time. While couples will typical do this either face-to-face or at least in the same vicinity in separate rooms, it can also be conducted virtually.

How can you use virtual mediation in your divorce? This innovative mediation process is not only extremely convenient but also reduces animosity and costs. Couples are able to complete the divorce process without going to court and with out the need to work through divorce issues face-to-face with their ex.

What makes the virtual mediation process so beneficial is that fact that it can be done at any location. Spouses are able to do this from home, work or a family member's house. Feeling comfortable while working though this process tends to aid the process, allowing spouses to resolve their matters quickly.

Those going through the divorce process should take the time to understand their options. Litigation is not always necessary and spouses are able to take steps to not only protect their legal rights but also their interests in the matter.

Source:, "What Is Virtual Divorce Mediation, And How You Use It?" John Butler, June 1, 2017

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