Consilium Mediation Group

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Divorce or Separation: The Benefits of Mediation

Benefits of choosing mediation while going through a divorce or separation.

 

Divorce or separation from a spouse is never an easy thing to go through. It takes effort to make it through the process without causing each other a lot of hurt and pain. If you have been together for many years, it may hurt to have to separate, and you may not find that it is easy to decide details. That is why it is smart to go through mediation when settling things. There are so many benefits to it, that sometimes, it is smarter and healthier to choose this path over others. These benefits include:

 
1. Direct hand in crafting your own resolution. When you work with a mediator, you and your estranged partner can come to a resolution that you both want. You can divide things how you want to, without any fighting.

 
2. More affordable than going through lawyers or the courts. Divorce lawyers can be quite expensive. If you already are trying to make the best of this situation, you do not want to pay even more money to a lawyer.

 
3. Takes less time. Because there are no courtrooms involved or lawyers having to communicate with their clients, and then each other, mediation often can save a lot of time. Without all the fighting, you can usually come to a solution in a decent amount of time.

 
4. Helps with communication. Mediation often brings both parties into the same room at the same time. This means that you can talk through what you want, what you don’t want, and discuss financial compensation. You do not always get this with lawyers, as they do a lot of the talking between themselves.

 
5. Keeps things amicable. No one wants to keep fighting with their spouse even through the divorce proceedings. Using mediation can keep things civil because there is more communication between parties, which helps them air their problems to one another and make sure their voice are heard. This makes it less likely to fight and have things turn bitter.

 
Being able to make your divorce or separation proceedings go by much smoother than what you expected often comes with mediation. It is a much better option for many people to be able to get through such a hard time. It is never easy, and there will always be emotions running high, but if you take the time to get a mediator, and sit down with everyone, you will see that it goes much better than the alternative.

What is Mediation

These days, more and more people are choosing mediation to help resolve their disputes. These can range from disagreeing neighbours, to divorcing couples, to businesses.  Going through an involved legal process doesn’t t have to be stressful and complicated with win/lose outcomes.

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Mediation provides parties with a platform where they are in control of the final outcome. With the help of a trained mediator, someone who is neutral to the matter, parties are able to move past entrenching positions and work cooperatively to find a resolution that is agreeable to all.  It’s a process that allows discussion and solution building. Instead of digging heels, parties can learn to work together and fashion an outcome that they have had a hand in, instead of rigid legal judgments with no flexibility.

Mediators help guide the parties through sensitive areas, facilitate communication and provide a structure which allows parties to take charge, work together and come up with creative solutions specifically tailored to their needs and intrests.

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Parties working together create solid, lasting resolutions that build confidence, trust and a sense of accomplishment. What is mediation? Mediation is empowering.