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What is divorce mediation?

In general, the divorce process can be complex and confusing. To help alleviate some stress and financial strain, some divorcing couples consider alternative methods to complete the divorce process, such as mediation.

Couples who are considering their options may find it helpful to explore the mediation process and what it entails. Here are a few important facts to know about mediation. 

Is a will or trust right for you?

An estate plan is an excellent way for you to ensure the proper distribution of your property once you die. While you may be aware that wills and trusts are parts of successful estate plans, you may not be fully aware of their uses.

Will and trusts have distinct purposes and differences. There are a few things to consider about both estate planning aspects to determine the best option for you.

Things to consider in your estate planning

When you pass, you want to make sure there is a plan in place to take care of your loved ones and assets. Proper estate planning is a good way to ensure that happens.

There are several parts to estate planning. Make sure you know the things to consider when making your estate plan so that you protect the ones you love.

The basics of divorce mediation

You and your spouse have decided to split and now you’re riddled with questions. Not only are you dealing with the emotional aspect of ending a marriage, but you have no experience with divorce and are not sure what to expect.

After talking it over with your soon–to-be-ex, you agree that settling out of court is preferred. The idea of mediation has come up but you’re unfamiliar with the specifics of it. How does it work? Do a lot of divorcing couples use it?

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