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Mediators deal with issues in divorce, dissolution of domestic partnerships, custody and parenting time on a daily basis. We may think of issues that you have not considered, but which should be addressed.
As a domestic relations mediator, I work with a lot of families that include children. The parents have reached a point of no return, where it is no longer possible to work it out with each other.
After 25 years of marriage, the kids are grown and Husband and Wife are emotionally done with each other. Husband wants a divorce so that he can move on with his life. Wife is angry that it’s come to this, but can’t stand another minute.
When a relationship is in conflict, trust is the first thing to go. A decision to divorce or separate is often made by one person in the relationship without a lot of discussion or agreement with the other. Even when the decision is a joint one, the period of time from when the word divorce or separation is spoken to making the choice of how to proceed can be a no-man’s land of indecision and panic.
A list of professionals that can provide additional help during the divorce mediation process.
How to select a mediator to help you through your divorce settlement.
Mediation is a powerful and cost-effective way for people to reach resolution without destroying relationships and without the intervention of the court. It offers an opportunity for people to learn from the past in order to prevent problems in the future.
What did you do the last time you found yourself in conflict with a co-worker, your neighbor, your spouse or your local businessman or woman? Did you get a knot in your stomach, walk away, fight back, decide it was your fault - or theirs, consider suing, consider moving out or moving away or quitting?
An in depth look at the stages of divorce mediation from the beginning to the end.
To file for divorce, either 1) the couple must have married in the state and at least one spouse must be a resident of Oregon or 2)the person filing for divorce has to have been living in Oregon for at least six months before filing the divorce papers in the county where the petitioner lives.
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