Parent Mediator

When parents get divorced, their children necessarily become the focus of their attention. A harsh reality of divorce is that parents are not always able to settle disputes and disagreements about co-parenting amicably after a divorce. In such cases, it can be extremely helpful to have a mediator to help you reach resolution on common issues such as parenting time changes and issues around education, religion and different parenting styles. AMS Mediation of Burnsville, MN, provides parenting mediation services for parents during and after their divorces have been finalized to help solve difficult problems and allow you to move forward knowing that you are doing the best for your kids.

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Divorce Mediation

AMS Mediation of Burnsville, MN, offers professional and thoughtful divorce mediation services to individuals and couples who seek their assistance. Among the most difficult and likely least anticipated experiences in life is divorce. It is comparable with other major life stresses, such as the death of a loved-one, the loss of one’s job, or the onset of a catastrophic illness. These are stressors that have been studied for decades, and they remain at the top of the list of experiences that cause the greatest amount of stress and trauma in our lives. If you are experiencing a divorce, or expecting to go through one in the future, mediation can offer a mechanism for settling your divorce that is less stressful, less expensive and takes less time than a traditional court battle. If you live in the Burnsville, Shakopee, Richfield, AMS Mediation can be a divorce mediation resource for you.

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BY LAW, DO MOTHERS HAVE GREATER CUSTODY RIGHTS?

There are 13 key factors that will determine how the court evaluates what is in the best interest for your children when deciding who has primary custody of the children.

The 13 key factors are:

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Eagan Divorce Mediation

When you’re beginning the divorce process, especially if your divorce is filled with conflict, it might seem natural to pursue a divorce in court. Whether you want to stand in front of a judge to plead your case or not, though, it’s important to think of the benefits of divorce mediation as an alternative to the traditional lengthy legal process. Taking a divorce to court means you’ll have to go through a drawn-out, emotionally painful process that only creates more conflict. To avoid the time, money, and stress of an in-court divorce, use the Eagan, MN divorce mediation services available at Amber M. Serwat Mediation. We’ll make sure that you avoid a courtroom divorce by walking you through the steps of a divorce and ensuring that you and your spouse come to terms with a legally equitable divorce settlement, which includes three components: property division, financial support, and parenting planning.

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How to Divide Property Following a Divorce

When you’re going through a divorce, one of the three components of a divorce settlement is the division of property, and this can be the most time-consuming element of divorce settlements if you and your spouse are heatedly debating property division. Most of the time, however, with a divorce mediator, you can see for yourself exactly how your marital property should be divided based on simple mathematical calculations. The numbers speak for themselves in property division agreements, as the fair distribution of property in most divorce cases is determined based on the amount of assets and debt each party has accrued during the marriage and splitting those equitably. To help move your divorce along and reach a speedy property division settlement quickly, contact a Burnsville divorce mediator at Amber M. Serwat Mediation.

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