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Is Mediation Right for You?
Individuals considering mediation frequently want to know whether or not they are appropriate mediation candidates. Unfortunately, too many just dismiss mediation outright, self-branding themselves as inappropriate candidates without any consideration of the accuracy of their assessment. Then, too, there are the many who haven't the vaguest idea that mediation may well be a valuable option for them.
Back to the question: How do you determine if you and your spouse would be able to mediate?
Some couples are obvious candidates:
Although most couples are good candidates for mediation, albeit some couples face more challenges than others, there are those that should not mediate.
Couples who should not mediate include:
Couples owe it to themselves and to their families to at least investigate all options, including mediation.
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Divorcing couples in Massachusetts can divide their property on their own, or they can leave it up to the court, who will divide all the property equitably. When dividing marital property, courts consider such factors as the length of the marriage, the conduct of the spouses, the occupation and income of the spouses, their employability and the opportunity for each spouse to acquire property in the future.
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