How Do You Divide Property In A Divorce?

When you decide to move forward with a divorce, there are many complex issues that need to be settled including how to divide up all of the property that you and your spouse have shared. This may include furniture, collectables, china, computers, home office equipment, jewelry, clothing, cars, boats and any other personal property that has been shared. This is in addition to financial assets, real estate and debt that you share. You may assume the only way to divide this up fairly is to enlist the support of lawyers and the court system. While that is one path you can follow, mediation is also a very effective tool for helping you and your divorcing spouse divide property equitably and with minimal conflict. If you live in the Burnsville, MN area, AMS Mediation can help with this.

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What Do I Do If My Ex’s New Spouse Interferes with My Parenting?

With so many negative examples of confrontation out there these days, it may be tempting to respond to your ex’s new spouse or significant other by treating it like a road-rage incident or an anonymous angry response on social media. But do not give in to that temptation. AMS Mediation knows that there are other, more effective and productive ways to respond to the interference of your ex-spouse’s new partner’s intrusions in the parenting of your children.

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Parenting Mediation Minnesota | After the Divorce

Divorce Help MNElite mountain climbers will tell you that touching the summit of Mount Everest is not the mark of a successful expedition.  Reaching the summit and sitting atop the peak is only the halfway point.  Success is not attained until you and everyone in your climbing party get down to base-camp successfully.  Novice climbers, by contrast, are likely to celebrate reaching the peak and forget that their work is only half done at that point.

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Divorce Mediation Means Compromise

Currently, 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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Divorce: A New Beginning

We all know the list of life’s major stressors: a death in the family, a catastrophic illness, loss of job, moving to a new and unfamiliar location, and, of course, divorce. Relating to one another is complex business; relating to another person in an intimate relationship is all the more difficult. And when the promise of happily-ever-after ends in divorce, the prospects associated with moving forward—much less dating—can be daunting.

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