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Mediating your divorce has a lot of advantages over litigating it (fighting it out in court). Although judges often order divorcing couples to participate in mediation before going to trial, you have the option of mediating on your own—either before you file for divorce or at any time after.
Cost. Mediation is much less expensive than a trial.
Settling the case. Most mediations end in settlement of all of the issues in the divorce.
Confidentiality. Mediation is confidential, with no public record of what goes on in your sessions.
Freedom. Mediation allows you to arrive at a resolution based on your own ideas of what is fair in your situation, rather than having a solution imposed upon you based on rigid and impersonal legal principles.
Advice still available. You can go to mediation and still choose to have a lawyer give you legal advice.
Control. You and your spouse—not the court—control the process.
Communication. The mediation process encourages communication between you and your spouse, helping you avoid future conflicts.
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