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Dakota County Divorce Mediators

by Amber M. Serwat

Dakota County Divorce MediatorsAbove all else, people who are going through divorce want to know that their divorce mediator is qualified, professional and competent. But it is also important that their divorce mediator be accessible and easy to communicate with. Amber Serwat of AMS Mediation has established a reputation as a Dakota County Divorce Mediator who is an expert in Minnesota divorce law and helps divorcing couples navigate one of the most stressful experiences in life. AMS Mediation is conveniently located in Burnsville, MN, which makes the process of finalizing your divorce simpler.


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Affordable Mediation Services in Dakota County MN

by Amber M. Serwat

Affordable Mediation Services in Dakota County MNDivorce is difficult enough without having to worry about the potential financial impact. The fact is that a divorce settled in the court system can cost you well over $10,000, particularly when you factor in attorney fees. This can make an already stressful situation even worse. Mediation has become a way for couples to settle their divorce without the same financial impact. Amber Serwat of AMS Mediation offers a wide range of affordable divorce mediation services for those in Dakota County, MN, that can help couples move forward with their lives in a positive way – without an unbearable financial burden.


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Dispute Resolution with Mediation

by Amber M. Serwat

Dispute Resolution with MediationAt the heart of most divorces is conflict. You and your divorcing spouse may have experienced this conflict for years, perhaps about money, issues of trust, different parenting styles or commitment to work. AMS believes in dispute resolution with mediation. If you have determined that it is time to divorce so that you can both move forward with your life in a more positive way, you may assume that there is much more conflict ahead. Divorce mediation is a highly effective way to settle all types of divorce disputes in a relatively fast and cost effective way. AMS Mediation has helped many divorcing couples navigate the divorce process in a more positive and productive way.


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5 Tips for Choosing the Right Mediator

by Amber M. Serwat

5 Tips for Choosing the Right Mediator If you and your spouse have decided that you are going to move forward with a mediated divorce, one of the first and most important steps to take is choosing a mediator to work with. The role of a mediator is to be a neutral, third party and help facilitate discussions that can result in compromise and solutions for the many aspects of your divorce. It is important that both you and your divorcing spouse trust the mediator you choose and feel comfortable communicating with them.


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How can Mediation help?

by Amber M. Serwat

How can Mediation help?Mediation is a very effective way to settle the important terms of your divorce, rather than having to go through the tough, painful, lengthy and costly litigation process. The state of Minnesota encourages all couples to attempt an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process BEFORE bringing their case to court. Mediation is the most common ADR process because it provides a forum where a neutral third party (your mediator) facilitates communication between the two parties (and their attorneys if applicable) to promote a settlement. AMS Mediation provides affordable, client-centered mediation services for couples that empowers them to resolve issues in a fair and healthy way.


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Amicable or Uncontested Divorce in Minnesota

by Amber M. Serwat

Amicable or Uncontested Divorce in MinnesotaNot much about a divorce feels lucky when you are going through it. However, you truly can consider yourself lucky if you have an amicable or uncontested divorce because it allows you to navigate the divorce process in less time, with less stress, and less financial and emotional cost. An amicable or uncontested divorce in Minnesota is one in which both parties agree to the terms of the divorce including the division of joint property, child custody, child support and spousal support (also known as alimony). Even when you have an amicable or uncontested divorce, however, there are many important details to work out in order to finalize your divorce.


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