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Benefits of Mediation in Divorce

Many couples are unable to reach total agreement regarding their divorce settlement terms, but don’t want to file for a contested divorce. In these instances, seeking mediation to receive assistance in their negotiations may be the most beneficial way to reach an agreement. The benefits of mediation can vary for everyone, but many couples are able to reach a divorce settlement through mediation that is agreeable to all parties involved, without having to take their divorce through what can be a distressing contested divorce.

If you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement regarding the terms of your divorce, but you’d like to avoid serious conflict, mediation may be the answer. Contact an experienced Monmouth County divorce attorney of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq., today by calling (732) 898-2378 to discuss how our mediation attorneys may be able to help you.

5 Benefits of Mediation

While mediation can benefit a couple in a variety of ways, there are some advantages that are more commonly seen than others. Five of the most popularly sited benefits of mediation include:

  • Equal representation of each spouse’s wants
  • Equal time given to each spouse to state his or her case
  • Mediation practices designed to stimulate agreement for both parties
  • Avoiding a tumultuous and drawn-out divorce
  • A more peaceful separation with terms easier to stick to

Mediation can be a great way to increase your chances of ending your marriage peaceably, since a mediator is an objective interventionist by definition. Mediation works particularly well as a mediator will keep in mind the needs and wants of both spouses.

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If you or someone you know is going through a divorce and wants to know more about the option of mediated divorce, contact a qualified Monmouth County divorce lawyer of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq., today at (732) 898-2378.