• Alan Jacobs

How a Litigated Divorce Ruins People


The antagonistic nature of litigation often results in otherwise cooperative people thinking that their spouse is out to get them, even though they’re not. It creates a win or lose mentality that convinces people they can’t “win” unless their spouse “loses”, and it sets up parents to struggle with co-parenting for the rest of their lives. Only the healthiest of individuals can survive the process with less than utter hostility toward their prior mate.

In this excellent blog posting, Nancy Hetrick the owner of Smarter Divorce Solutions, LLC, writes about how, for the majority of couples, the courtroom is not the best option for your divorce.

#Divorce #BenefitsofMediation #Finances

3 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

What Does a Divorce Mediator Do and Not Do?

Divorce mediation is an increasingly popular alternative to traditional litigation that allows couples to resolve the terms and conditions of their divorce without having to go to court. When success

Making Divorce Mediation Work for You

Mediation is a great solution for many divorcing couples. However, since no settlement can become legally binding without the approval of both spouses, they must be willing to work together to come up