Recently, I was reviewing a discussion between family law attorneys about the costs of peacemaking (namely, mediation). I was expremely disappointed in what I was… Read More »Can Parties in Litigated Cases Afford Mediation?
Once the decision has been made that the marriage will end, the first decision should be which divorce process is best for your particular family… Read More »What is the First Decision When Divorce is Inevitable?
At Amicable Divorce Services, we encourage reconciliation and trying any reasonable solutions before beginning the divorce process. The courts also ask you before you are… Read More »What If I’m Not Sure I Should get Divorced?
Remember, if you are divorcing in California, you are required by Family Code, Section 2104 to serve a completed packet of financial documents called a Preliminary… Read More »Financial Disclosure Documents Mandatory in All California Divorces
Remember, if you and your spouse are considering mediation, make sure you both come to the initial consultation together. When one spouse comes in alone… Read More »When Do Couples Need to Come to an Initial Consultation Together?
When we mediate divorce cases at Amicable Divorce Services, almost all of our clients choose to mediate without paying their lawyers to be present at… Read More »You Don’t Have to Hire Separate Attorneys to Mediate