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Property division is a big factor during mediation

Posted on in Divorce

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In the past couple of blog posts, we discussed some of the different things that can come into the picture during the property division process of a divorce. If you recall, we briefly touched on how you and your ex might be able to work together to determine how things are divided. This is done through divorce mediation, and we can help you as you go through that process.

Some people who are going through a divorce are concerned about the mediation process. In actuality, this process doesn't have to be too difficult. The biggest thing that you have to remember is that being willing to compromise can make all of the difference in the process.

You can't go into a mediation thinking that your way of doing things is the only way. Instead, you have to pick the points that you are willing to negotiate on and the points that you are going to hold firm on. Once you have that done, you have to keep an open mind.

As the mediation moves forward, you might be surprised at what happens. You might be presented with an option for dividing property that you didn't think about. In some cases, the option that you are presented with might actually put you in a better position than the option you thought of.

We are here to help you evaluate your options as you go through the mediation. We can help you to think beyond the emotional attachment you have with certain assets so that you can get the divorce settled as quickly as possible.

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