It is no secret that divorce can be a difficult and emotionally charged process. If you are considering divorce or are in the midst of one, you may be wondering how to make the process as smooth and amicable as possible.
Virtual divorce mediation provides an alternative to in-person mediation perfect for divorcing couples who may not live in the same area, have conflicting schedules, or would prefer to handle things without being present in the same place.
Mediated divorces provide an independent, often more amicable alternative to traditional litigated divorce. Mediation can happen in-person or virtually, and both people work together with a neutral third party, the mediation, to reach a mutually agreeable settlement.
Mediation can be a happy medium for couples who don’t want to go to court and don’t feel equipped to handle the interworkings of their divorce on their own.
Mediation tends to cost less than litigating and can wrap up the divorce process faster as well. So, how long does divorce mediation last exactly? That depends on four factors unique to each case.
Social media is something new that divorcing couples now have to deal with. Before Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, divorcing couples didn’t have to use so much caution around what they did or said during their divorce process.
However, today, in an age where everything is publicized through social media, you need to be acutely aware of how your social media may impact your divorce case.
It’s hard when any marriage ends in divorce, but it can be especially difficult for married couples who are divorcing after a long marriage together. And with such a long life built together, there’s a lot more at stake than with a short-term marriage.