Divorce Mediation: Finding Common Ground In Different Perspectives
Divorce mediation gives spouses time to find common ground in their differing perspectives, instead of fighting and creating a stalemate environment. Family law matters including divorce, child custody, and other issues can be incredibly difficult to resolve.
Everyone has their own agendas and often conflicting sets of best interest. Being able to find common ground in those conflicting perspectives is important in order to create effective resolutions for your future.
Divorce mediation helps people resolve the most intractable disputes. It is an especially well-suited tool for the needs of people facing family law issues in divorce. Working with an experienced mediator can help you create the most direct path to securing the resolution you need to all types of family law matters including divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, and division of property.
In each divorce, the parties have different views on each issue that must be resolved before finalizing the settlement. Divorce mediation gives those parties time to work through communication issues and can happen at any time during the divorce process.
Most often, couples do want what is best, and finding the best resolutions for these issues only happens when effective communication practices are in place. A divorce mediator is present to work through communication breakdowns in order to help each party understand the other, and to find common ground.
Divorce mediation gives couples a space where their opinions and ideas are valid and recognized. This makes communication easier through the divorce proceedings and in future communication when children are involved.
If you are in the Kansas City area and want a divorce option that allows you and your spouse the time to find common ground and come up with unique solutions to your legal needs, contact me today, Hugh O’Donnell, to schedule a consultation, or feel free to call me at (816) 533-5152 with any questions you have regarding your divorce.