How Does Divorce Mediation Work?

Divorce mediation has become a frequently used process for settling the difficult terms of a divorce. A neutral third party is hired to help facilitate discussion around issues that need to be settled, including division of assets, debts and property, child/spousal support payment terms, and developing a parenting plan that works for all parties. It is important to understand that the mediator, or third party, is not the decider, but is a facilitator of stronger, more positive and effective communication to empower the divorcing couple to resolve their unique issues without having to go through the court system. AMS Mediation specializes in providing efficient and effective client centered divorce mediation services to those living in and around Burnsville, MN. Two areas of focus for the team at AMS Mediation is developing successful Parenting Partnerships and conserving resources.

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How Do I Get Started With Divorce Mediation?

As with any difficult, complicated or emotional task, getting started is often the hardest part.  You can easily feel overwhelmed by the daunting task ahead and convince yourself to procrastinate and put off the inevitable.  Settling a divorce is no different.  There are so many things to consider and an entirely different life ahead, one that you may not have chosen.  If you have made the decision to divorce, but are struggling with how to get started, AMS Mediation of Burnsville, MN can help.  Amber Serwat brings her personal experience to the table and can help you navigate the process with less stress so that you can move forward in a positive direction.

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Divorce Mediation Means Compromise

Mediation for Divorce MNCurrently, there is some confusion as to what Divorce Mediation is and how it works. The term “mediation” is somewhat vague in its different interpretations. In the area related to a Minnesota divorce, in simple terms, the Divorce Mediation Process Means Compromise between both parties. A Skilled Divorce Mediator like Amber Serwat of AMS Mediation can have a significant impact on the divorce process by reducing the Time, Cost and Conflict of courtroom litigation. After all, Mediation has been used as a means to Resolve Conflict for thousands of years.

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