How to make your divorce easier
So you’re finally divorcing and your life is a mess. You’re hurt, your partner too, you don’t want to explain the situation to your children yet, the shared debts keep coming and you don’t even know where to begin in order to sort things out.
A very simple detail you didn’t foresee is that your life goes on even if you’re divorcing. You still have to take care of the children and work, no matter how many emotions you’ve got. You may also feel insecure about the future since you don’t know how your life will be after you separate from your partner.
On top of that, each attempt to solving an issue with your partner just turns into a long and unproductive conversation, without any practical resolve. You’re tired of trying to make things work. And the good news is that you don’t have to go through all of this by yourself.
Our Country Wide Mediation team can help you with mediation divorce UK. In a mediation process, a professional mediator acts as an impartial third party, who helps to separate and divorcing couples to have open communication, which can lead to a mutual agreement about the resolution of divorcing issues.
Benefits of using mediation divorce UK
Can the mediation be better than going to the court? Sure, it can. Through the court, couples have to spend a lot more, since it’s necessary to pay legal fees, lawyers and other court-related fees.
With mediation, you will pay per session. Furthermore, in a court, you will tell your story but that doesn’t mean they will document it as you said.
Also, you may not get the results you want, since your partner will tell her or his version. The word stressful can summarize the whole court experience. And why to go through the most difficult path, when you can get help from a mediator?
The mediator will listen to you and your partner and moderate the conversation so that everyone is respected and reach a solution that both sides agree with.
After reaching a mutual agreement, the legal documents of the divorce can be signed in the mediator’s office, without the need to have a day in the court.
what else can a mediation help you with?
- Reduce trauma for children
- Define a parental plan
- Solve housing and financial issues
- Deal with debts
- Create long-term solutions
- Get a faster and less stressful divorce
Now you know that mediation is a good alternative to this difficult time of your divorce. Things can be easier and you don’t need to suffer so much.
If you wish, you can have a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) with us. In the MIAM, the mediator will assess the family situation and explain in a more detailed way how he or she will help with the divorce process.