Early Neutral Evaluations Minnesota

AMS Mediation serves the people of Minnesota, and Amber Serwat is an expert in Early Neutral Evaluations. Its mediation services are comprehensive and on the cutting edge of mediation practice, especially as they relate to the complex aspects of divorce cases. AMS Mediation is a premier Minnesota divorce and parenting support mediation service. Amber Serwat and AMS Mediation can help you, if you are being the divorce process with Financial Early Neutral Evaluation and Social Early Neutral Evaluations. This will give you I act as a sense of the strengths, weaknesses, and legality of your case and provide information about how best to proceed based on how your case will likely play out.

Financial Early Neutral Evaluation

Every couple develops its own financial profile, based on many different things: debt, buying practices, accounts they hold together and separately, et cetera. When a couple decides to divorce, they must resolve the issues between them that relate to their finances. Depending on the specific components of a given divorce case, a court may determine that the presence of financial issues between the divorcing couple may require an early neutral evaluation (ENE) of the couple’s financial situation. One or more unanswered questions in the realm of the couple’s finances can prompt the court to seek an evaluation of the couple’s financial situation. In such cases, the couple may choose from a list of recommended Early Neutral Evaluators, such as Amber Serwat of AMS Mediation, to provide resolution to the court’s questions.

If given information pertaining to the financial questions at hand from a neutral third-party, the reasoning is that the divorcing couple will be better able to reach resolution to those questions. The rationale behind the Early Neutral Evaluation is to provide the divorcing couple with neutral information so that resolution may be reached more easily.

The Social Early Neutral Evaluation process is characterized by its short-term, confidential nature. It is designed to evaluate the capacity of the divorcing parties to resolve disputes related to child custody and parenting time (or visitation). When child custody and parenting time issues are present between divorcing parents, it may be necessary for a dispute resolution process, known as Social Early Neutral Evaluation, to be ordered. The Social Early Neutral Evaluation process is completed within one month.

In matters of Financial Early Neutral Evaluation and Social Early Neutral Evaluation, AMS Mediation can offer deep knowledge of the processes to their clients, and will likely prove indispensable. Amber Serwat is an expert who will work tirelessly on your behalf and protect your best interests. Call Amber and her team at (952) 252-1492 for more information.

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