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July 2015 Archives

Could mediation be the best option for your divorce?

The decision to divorce is a big one that most people take seriously. Because of the magnitude of the impact the decisions made in relation to a divorce will have on the rest of your life, it is important to do what is necessary to secure a settlement that addresses your needs. The way that settlement is reached could have a bearing on the outcome.

Finances of utmost importance in grey divorces

For most people, finding happiness in life is important. Accordingly, people generally go through life making decisions they believe will contribute to their happiness. These decisions can be about minor things, such as what kind of sandwich to order for lunch, as well as things that are much more life changing. The decision to divorce could fall into the latter category. This is true regardless of one’s age and as they baby boomer generation ages, more members of that group than many might suspect, are opting to end what may have been a long-term marriage. 

For some collaborative divorce appealing for financial reasons

When a couple decides to divorce there are many decision that need to be made. Before a discussion about how the assets will be divided can occur, the couple must first decide what method they want to use to accomplish their goal of ending their marriage. While some will end up in court, others find a less adversarial approach is best. For those who find themselves in this situation, collaborative divorce could be the best approach. For this approach to work, couples must be able to find a way to work together. 

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