If you’ve read any of my blogs, you know that I’m not a big fan of litigation for divorce. I’m also realistic enough to know that sometimes you have no choice.
When you fell in love and got married, you never imagined that your relationship could drift so far from those initial feelings. The love, respect, and admiration that once flourished morphed into something unrecognizable and even dysfunctional right before your eyes.
Are you beginning another new year with uncertainty? Uncertain about your marriage? No clarity around your finances?
Is this the first time since the birth of your babies that you will be forced to spend at least part of the Holiday without your children because of separation or divorce?
In our Smarter Money Solutions programs, we teach participants how to anticipate every possibility throughout the year, including all the holiday gift giving.
The simple answer is yes, a divorce mediator can easily stay neutral. The simple why, because they are trained to be sympathetic to the needs of both parties.