As more and more couples are relying on mediation to through their divorces, some are also using post-divorce mediation to make the transition easier.
Rather than relying on each other to speak to one another about issues pertinent to your post-divorce situation, you can make the process easier by using a post-divorce mediator, such as a Raleigh divorce lawyer. Since the courts will not be involved in the process, many couples find mediation to be more relaxing, and certainly less expensive and time-consuming. Those couples who have children together often use mediation to discuss items related to their kids, such as how to parent them separately, setting rules for discipline and time spent with the children.
However, you can discuss just about anything during these mediation sessions. It is important to bring any final settlement documents to the session for your mediator to review. If the mediator believes that additional paperwork is required, such as financial statements, you will be asked to bring those papers in for the next session.
If you would like to learn more about how mediation can help you get through your divorce, Hopper Law Office today to set up a time to speak with a Raleigh family law attorney who can address your questions and concerns.