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August 17, 2017 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Five Ways Divorce Mediation Benefits Your Children

Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation is considered to be the most civilized, cost effective and by far the least stressful way to get divorced.  

These reasons are why couples choose to use Divorce Mediation; they simply make sense and for many couples, they most importantly are of great benefit to their Children and divorce.  

Below are five ways in which Divorce Mediation benefits your children:  

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August 15, 2017 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Massachusetts Divorce: How to get a fair financial settlement now

Divorce Mediation, Divorce Financial

Don't wait until your case is over to wonder whether your received a fair financial settlement.

A Massachusetts Divorce Financial Analyst services may be a stand alone process or one chosen as part of or in addition to a Divorce Mediation if the mediator is qualified. A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, (CDFA) ™ is an individual certified by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts™.

The Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™) is trained to address the financial questions and concerns of your case including but not limited to divisions of assets, debts, pensions, real estate, personal property, child support, child tax exemptions, social security, alimony, tax deductions, insurance, and college costs.

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August 01, 2017 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Staying out of Probate Court- Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation

 

If the need for a divorce is your new reality and if there was a way to stay out of court, use a method that was fair to you, your spouse and your children as defined by you, why wouldn't you?  

 

 

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June 19, 2017 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Divorce Mediation Costs:  Flat Fees are Here

Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation does work under a wide variety of circumstances, says the research and reviews on line. I strongly agree. It is a civilized process designed to reduce stress, zero in on the required topic areas, build new trust and a foundation going forward with an agreement that works. The Mediation process inserts a third person (neutral) to lead a discussion, generate options, explain pros and cons and assist the divorcing couple enabling smart decision making based on common goals of the parties and the laws of the jurisdiction.

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June 12, 2017 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Biggest Decision after Deciding to Divorce| Massachusetts

Divorce Mediation, Divorce, Divorce Massachusetts


 After making the tough decision to move forward with a divorce, the biggest decision for you family and finances is which method you choose to proceed through the divorce process.

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Before you hire a Divorce Mediator; Staying Out Of Court

Divorce Mediation, divorce mediator, divorce mediators

During such a sensitive and sometimes chaotic time in your life, it is important to work with a mediator that is experienced and sympathetic. Make sure a divorce mediator can answer these five questions before you hire them. 

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February 10, 2017 Allan Baron

Divorce- The interaction between child support and alimony

Divorce Litigation, Divorce

Divorce in Massachusetts- How child support and alimony interacts may affect your divorce settlement. 

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February 06, 2017 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Massachusetts Divorce: How to get a fair financial settlement

Divorce Mediation, Divorce Financial

Don't wait until your case is over to wonder whether your received a fair financial settlement.

A Massachusetts Divorce Financial Analyst services may be a stand alone process or one chosen as part of or in addition to a Divorce Mediation if the mediator is qualified. A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, (CDFA) ™ is an individual certified by the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts™.

The Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™) is trained to address the financial questions and concerns of your case including but not limited to divisions of assets, debts, pensions, real estate, personal property, child support, child tax exemptions, social security, alimony, tax deductions, insurance, and college costs.

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January 03, 2017 Allan and Amy Beth Baron