More and more, divorce mediation is becoming the choice of divorcing couples who prefer not to enter into the more familiar and traditional court-based divorce process. AMS Mediation of Burnsville, MN, offers the service of Mediated Divorce and is unique in that it can help you determine whether or not you are in need of mediation. And if you are, AMS Mediation is capable of providing you with the assistance, guidance, and insight that you need to take your next steps.
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If you are married but have not been through a divorce, the chances are at least fairly good that you have some difficulty knowing if divorce is a destination in your future. Even for people who are in relationships that are on their proverbial last legs, taking the step over the line into the territory of divorce can still be incredibly difficult. For couples who are experiencing a slower degradation of their relationship, however, getting to the point of recognizing that their marriage is over may require the help of a neutral third-party. The nature of AMS Mediation’s work is to provide you with that crucial component of third-party neutrality. And AMS Mediation is equipped to counsel you through the process.
First, though, you may need help recognizing that you should consider divorce. If you are experiencing any combination of the following things, consider contacting AMS Mediation:
- Contempt: If you feel contempt toward, or are receiving contempt from, your spouse, your marriage may be in the kind of trouble served best by divorcing. Contempt is increasingly considered among the most fatal of flaws in a marriage.
- Lack of respect and/or excessive fighting: All people in relationships fight and occasionally show a lack of respect for their partners. But if they have become persistent patterns, and your instinct tells you it is outside the norm or more than what you are willing to put up with, you should consider seeking AMS Mediation’s help.
- Excessive blaming and/or criticism: These characteristics could fit into the category of contempt, but they are presented separately here so that you can take note of the possibility that blame and excessive criticism can also be offered manipulatively. With contempt, it is usually presented without manipulation. But blaming and criticism can be presented in less obvious, but equally hurtful, ways.
- Abuse: If you are receiving physical, psychological, or other abuse, your marriage is in trouble and you should seek help.
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AMS Mediation wants you to educate yourself in order to feel empowered to make the best decision about moving forward for your family. Ultimately, you should do so in order to regain control of your life, to feel empowered, and to live the life that you deserve. If you have questions about a mediated divorce, contact AMS Mediation at 952-252-1492.