Divorce mediation may be a viable option when dissolving marriage

The process of getting divorced can be mentally, emotionally and financially taxing. This is especially true for couples with high-value assets or with a large number of assets in the state of Texas. However, if you and your spouse are able to find some common ground during your divorce proceeding, ...

How does divorce mediation unfold?

If you are ever faced with the divorce process, you have a few options for moving forward. Like many, you may move through the court system in a traditional manner. While this is your right, a growing number of couples are considering divorce mediation. If both parties are on board with this idea, i...

What is collaborative law and divorce mediation?

The state of Texas and the divorce laws in the Texas Family Code are pretty clear regarding divorce mediation. The authorities prefer it if you can work it out between yourselves and your attorneys, especially if there are children involved. Can you get along long enough to decide what is best for t...

What is divorce mediation and collaborative law?

When you get a divorce, often the best route is to settle the different subjects that come up, like property distribution and child support, without the involvement of the court. This is called divorce mediation, or collaborative law. There are certain rules that you and your attorney need to follo...

Mediation to resolve the biggest divorce issues

There are times when the best way to resolve a divorce is through direct negotiation. This means that both parties, with the help of their attorneys, negotiate the finer details of the split. However, there are also situations in which mediation is the best way to move forward. In some cases, this a...

Texas divorces some of the happiest

Even in cases where the couple has exhausted all other options and come to the realization that going their separate ways is the only path forward, divorce is not a fun or easy process. However, if you talk to people who have divorced or are in the process of divorcing, you're likely to get many dif...

Mediation: The divorce dispute alternative

Referees make sure athletes abide by the rules of a game. In a similar fashion, Denton and Tarrant County divorce mediators act as objective parties in spousal disagreements. Texas spouses may enter mediation of their own free will, although family law courts sometimes order couples to try to work o...

Mediation might help parents dealing with child custody matters

Co-parenting and other parenting plans are major decisions that parents often face during a child custody battle. Determining what arrangements best suit your child and your specific situation can be difficult. Coming to a decision about everything from custody to visitation is vital during the cour...

What is co-parenting and is it right for you?

Co-parenting, or shared parenting, is becoming more and more common. The benefits of such an approach to parenting are many, but it's not always easy for all parents. There are classes available in some locations that can help parents learn more about co-parenting. Not only are new skills often lea...

How to prepare for a mediation

While mediation is often touted as a less stressful option for divorcing couples that does not mean that the process does not require work. In this post we will provide information regarding what people entering into divorce mediation should know for the best chance of securing a positive outcome. ...