Baron Law & Mediation | Blog

October 01, 2018 Allan and Amy Beth Baron

Divorce- no kids, both work = Divorce Mediation

Categories: Divorce Mediation

Is your marriage ending?Single Life wooden sign with a road background

No children or grown children?

Do you both work and are able to meet your expenses after divorce?

Do you have normal assets and liabilities?

Do you want to get divorced as easily and civilized as possible?


Then Consider divorce mediation.


Divorce mediation is a way (as opposed to litigation) to go through the issues of divorce including assets and liabilities accumulated during the marriage and how the two of you will meet your expenses after the marriage is over.  The divorce mediation process enables the parties seeking the divorce to use a neutral third party while still being able to speak to outside attorneys if they choose.  

By choosing divorce mediation as your process to divorce, you will be greatly reducing costs to the both of you and saving considerable time and stress.

Here are some considerations for you to think about:  

1. A MEDIATED DIVORCE will allow Husband and Wife to speak directly to one another with the help of a neutral third party. 

Many people going through a divorce have a difficult time communicating with their spouse.  Using a third party neutral "Mediator" provides a level of comfort that puts the parties in a position where they can better advocate for themselves directly with their spouse. In the beginning stage of mediation, there should be a discussion identifying the goals and concerns of each party.

2. There will be discussions of financial decisions and their impact on the couple going forward.

The mediator will help the couple examine their finances, see that they are educated about their current and possible future financial situation, “try on” various options and determine how they would like their lives to continue. Rather than making arguments to a judge who will after a year or so divide your assets, liabilities and cash flow, a qualified mediator will look to your common interests and then help you craft an agreement that will satisfy the interests of each party and also stay within the boundaries of what courts will think is fair.

3. This approach will strongly consider the emotional impact of the divorce on all concerned.

Unlike attorney representation, a mediator will examine how the couple's decisions about their divorce may emotionally impact them as individuals. Divorce, whether from a short or long term marriage, is difficult.  It is one of the top stressors to deal with.  A good mediator will discuss how to transition to a new life. Because divorce mediation is an open process, the parties may always seek outside professional advice at any time collectively or individually.

4. The mediator will discuss all the issues that need to be addressed:  Assets, Liabilities, Health Insurance, Cash Flow and more  

A good mediator will help the parties discuss and understand the matters at issue and help you come to mutually smart agreements.

5. Replaced court dates with discussions and meetings. 

Anyone who has been there would agree the Family and Probate Court is a good place to avoid. Why start down the frustrating and expensive path of litigating your divorce if there is no reason to do so. Using a mediation approach is more civilized, efficient, cost effective and many time less stressful. 

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