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Divorcing couples often don’t see eye to eye over dividing marital assets, determining child custody and setting child or spousal support levels. However, most are willing to work together to find a fair outcome as fewer than 10% of all divorces go to trial.
Most parents put their kids first and try to make the divorce process as painless as possible. But sometimes that’s easier said than done. Before you make up your mind whether to pursue mediation or litigation, you should consider several factors.
When a marriage becomes contentious, spouses often want to have their day in court, especially if their partner was unfaithful or neglectful. However, emotions should never dictate the process. Instead, assess these four primary considerations:
Lastly, remember the way you end your marriage will likely dictate the tone of your future parenting relationship. Working with an attorney who understands how mediation works can help you resolve your differences mutually and create a framework for respectfully resolving future parenting conflicts.
We represent clients in Orange County and Southern California in all types of family law matters involving divorce, mediation, property division and issues involving children. Call our Fullerton office at 714-680-9777 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation. We ensure a 24-hour response to all inquiries.
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