Mediation is an option when one or both parties are concerned with privacy during divorce. In divorce mediation, there are: No public court hearings; No depositions; No submissions of evidence; No courtroom testimony; No discovery. To further maintain privacy, in mediation, we can file your divorce documents in a different county so nothing is filed …
Providing clarity, inspiration, and hope, this guide seeks to help couples survive the life crisis of divorce.
If you want to survive the life crisis of divorce, this is the one book you need. Divorce attorney and mediator Marta J. Papa wrote this book to guide you through the maelstrom of the legal process of divorce and help you be the architect of your new future. She poses tough questions to make sure a divorce from your spouse will really resolve your unhappiness. She explores how divorce affects children and what you can do to mitigate the negative impact on your kids. Marta provides all the information you need to calm your waves of anger, frustration, and fear. This book is a blueprint for saving yourself, your money, and your children during divorce.Read More
My Spouse and I are Filing for Divorce. Can I Kick Him/Her Out?
Many people find it difficult to cohabitate during separation. Emotions are typically running high and it is common for one or both spouses to be feeling angry and hostile toward the other. Different factors come into play in determining whether one party should move out of the home. Both parties have equal right to occupancy. …
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Allow Your Children to Grieve
Children often experience divorce as an intense loss—“the loss of a parent, the loss of the family unit, or simply the loss of the life they knew. You can help your children grieve their loss and adjust to new circumstances by helping them express their emotions.” 1 Always Listen. Encourage your children to share their feelings and be …