Mediated divorce is a voluntary process, requiring the full cooperation of both spouses. However, the spouses do not have to be in full agreement of the terms of the divorce when mediation begins.
The purpose of mediation is for the spouses to reach an agreement of the terms of the divorce with the help of a mediator. The mediator is usually a divorce lawyer with mediation training, and their job is to provide unbiased information, and facilitate communication between the divorcing couple. If the couple is in a deadlock over certain topics, the mediator steps in to find a solution and see the divorce to finalization.
Mediation can be very beneficial for various reasons. Mediation costs much less than a traditional divorce, the couple decides upon the final marital settlement agreement, and the out-of-court process promotes collaboration instead of cut-throat disputes. Depending on the couple’s ability to resolve their issues, mediated divorce can be faster than a traditional divorce.
The iDivorceForms service does not facilitate divorce mediation. However, if a couple can reach an agreement over their marriage dissolution, the couple can complete our online process without the hassle of hiring a divorce mediator and scheduling mediation sessions.
Additionally, our service completes the divorce forms for our clients without the extra cost of a mediator. The iDivorceForms service comes with live customer support, and a 100% court approval money back guarantee.
Simply register online, pay the small fee, gather your papers and ready to get a divorce.
Answer each of the questions we will ask you and the forms will be completed for you.
Print our state approved completed forms, and file the divorce forms in the court.
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