It’s not easy to make decisions while you are getting a divorce. The whole reason you are separating with your ex is because you are not getting along, or have different ideas for how your lives should look in the future.
While you are looking for ways to resolve your disputes, consider mediation. This form of conflict resolution creates a civil atmosphere, aims to leave both parties satisfied, and works through the complicated (and often very emotional) decisions that come with divorce.… continue reading
It is common to feel confusion, loss, and hopelessness during a divorce. Not only do you have to deal with a broken marriage, but you will also have to make big decisions about your financial situation and how your life will look in the coming years without your spouse.
Your friends and loved ones may be able to offer you advice or suggestions, but ultimately you and your spouse must make the decisions and compromises that will affect your finances and parental responsibilities.… continue reading
Many Colorado jurisdictions require parties with divorce and child custody cases to mediate before putting their disagreements forward for a court to decide.
Mediation is an informal attempt to resolve a dispute in which a neutral mediator attempts to help parties reach agreement. Mediators do not make binding decisions. In family cases, mediators try to help divorcing husbands and wives or mothers and fathers find agreement by suggesting new compromises after listening to each party’s concerns.… continue reading