Divorce and mediation?

Has anyone fpund mediation to work when sorting out finances in a divorce? My other half has his 2nd meeting nxt week, the 1st was a sham cos his ex wont agree to anything as she has £ signs flashing in her eyes

We are going for our 3rd session this Monday.

So far,as long as we agree and remain amicable,I should have the seperation agreement signed then. it all depends on the 2 parties…if she plans on going for the jugular, than mediation won’t work. She’ll most likely get her own attorney to do this.

8 thoughts on “Divorce and mediation?”

  1. Mediation is a far cheaper way to bash out issues. A full day hearing can be about £3,000 each! She is entitled to some stuff considering they were married. Hate to say this but if you were the one getting divorced what would you want? Its the same thought really. Maybe she is hacked off that he met someone else and she hasn’t. Good luck
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  2. Mediation will only work if both parties agree. If the separation was nasty. Persons often go out of their way not to agree ,just to hurt the other more.
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  3. We are going for our 3rd session this Monday.

    So far,as long as we agree and remain amicable,I should have the seperation agreement signed then. it all depends on the 2 parties…if she plans on going for the jugular, than mediation won’t work. She’ll most likely get her own attorney to do this.
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  4. all meditation will do is clear his head but if even that helps it is a start so he can think through what he wants & how to get it out of her not her out of him!
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    I meditate it is how I clear my head so I can think things through

  5. You are really asking for ways to reduce stress in your life. Mediation or physical exertion…both work extremely well.

    I hope you find some peace during this difficult time.
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  6. Exes are always accused of having £ signs flashing in their eyes – 99% of the time, they are merely trying to get what is actually owed to them and shouldn’t have to struggle to get what is rightfully theirs in the first place! If she has children to consider, you better be warned – women with children will fight tooth and nail for them and make sure they are okay. I am sure you find it irritating as you are bound to support your partner but please try and see her point of view. If your partner is being on the stingy side or she sees she isn’t getting a fair deal, you can guarantee mediation will be an uphill struggle. Most people find that it works in the end and is perhaps the most civilised way of dealing with all the ins and outs without lining the pockets of solicitors! Good luck to all of you.
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  7. I wish my wife would agree to mediation. Her legal strategy is to avoid mediation and let the judge make a summary judgment. Since judges generally award custody to women in 95% of the cases here in Minnesota, men are usually screwed. Of course, if she was able to talk and mediate and compromise the chances are that we wouldn’t be getting divorced in the first place.
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