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Using mediation for your military divorce

There are different legal options to help guide divorcing military couples through the divorce process. One option that can minimize time, expense and acrimony is military divorce which is why it is important to understand.

A mediator acts as a neutral third party to help divorcing couples stay focused on resolutions. They help keep the discussion focused and solution-oriented so that the divorcing couple can arrive at a settlement agreement in a timelier fashion. Mediators are neutral third parties who are there to help guide the conversation, inform the parties of the law that applies to their situation and circumstances and help find points of common ground between the parties so they can settle their divorce-related concerns.

Mediation is one option to consider instead of litigating a military divorce. A divorcing couple should evaluate all their options and determine which option is best for them. Mediation gives the divorcing couple greater control over the process of resolving their divorce-related concerns so they can come to the best outcomes for them and their family rather than having the family law court decide. The family law court is, of course, always available to help when the couple cannot resolve their differences but mediation provides a way to help them do that that is more cost effective and efficient.

When considering options for their divorce, divorcing military couples should consider all the options available to them through the family law process, including mediation. The family law process provides many resources to help divorcing military couples through the challenges they face associated with their divorce.

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