If you have decided that it is in your best interest, or if you and your spouse have together decided that it is in your mutual best interest to get divorced, AMS Mediation can help you. Divorce mediation has become an effective, efficient, and preferred means of completing the divorce process. The traditional method for getting a divorce–through the court system–is expensive and tends to emphasize the adversarial aspects of divorcing couples’ relationships, which can drag out the process and increase the cost. Additionally, the Covid-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on many courts’ schedules, meaning that it can take far longer to have your case heard in court.
Benefits Of Divorce Mediation Over Litigation
Divorce mediation is an ideal alternative to court-based divorce processes. AMS Mediation is one of the best divorce mediation services available to Minnesota couples, allowing us to rise to the top of the list of options for alternative dispute resolution. It is important to note that achieving divorce through mediation is sanctioned by the courts. Because of the busyness of most courts’ schedules, judges often require that couples who have decided to pursue divorce first seek the help of a divorce mediator. Divorce mediators handle more than just “simple” divorces. AMS Mediation, specifically, has expertise in all facets of divorce, including complex financial circumstances and matters pertaining to custody and visitation. Whereas divorce mediation is a more inviting alternative to traditional divorce processes, AMS Mediation rises above the competition by providing expertise in each area of Minnesota divorce law and in each area of the mediation process.
Divorce Mediation Services in Minnesota
When you work with AMS Mediation, you will be greeted by a professional team who understands that deciding to divorce is one of the most difficult decisions a couple can make. Working to make that happen requires that the professional mediator be able to empathize and communicate clearly about the processes associated with divorce. One of our most important goals is to help you and your spouse identify areas of agreement that can be used as solid ground on which to address matters of disagreement and/or conflict. For example, you and your spouse may have different perspectives on how to raise your children after divorcing, but if you can both agree that each of you has the best interests of your children in mind, we can help you make progress on areas of disagreement.
Our consultations are done primarily online, though we offer limited in-person appointments. For more information, call us at 952.252.1492.