Mediator Kimberley Keyes explains how soon-to-be spouses can use mediation to avoid many common problems with prenuptial agreements. Mediation provides soon-to-be married spouses who agree to execute a prenuptial agreement with a cooperative, stress-free process for preparing a prenuptial agreement that avoids many of the stresses and pitfalls associated with the conventional approach. Marriage is … How Using Mediation Avoids Many Common Problems with Prenuptial Agreements
Divorce Mediator Nicole K. Levy explains why mediation can still work, even after a complaint for divorce has been filed. One question I frequently hear from people investigating mediation is whether they can use mediation after a divorce case has been opened in court. Spouses often feel that once they have initiated litigation, mediation is … Mediation Works Even After a Complaint for Divorce Has Been Filed
Divorce Mediator Kimberley Keyes examines how child support mediation can benefit families by reducing conflict. If you and your spouse are investigating the possibility of getting a divorce, and you have had children together, the issue of child support will come up at some point. Child support is often a contentious and highly emotional issue. … How Mediating Child Support Issues Can Benefit Families
Hingham Divorce Mediator Kimberley Keyes compares divorce mediation and divorce litigation. If you and your spouse have decided to pursue a divorce, you have probably looked into the different paths that you can take to resolve your differences and make the decision final. Two of the most common paths that separating spouses take in Massachusetts … A Comparison: Divorce Mediation vs. Divorce Litigation
Divorce Mediator Nicole K. Levy explains why parents, spouses and former spouses should consider mediation over litigation. Divorce, like any family matter that requires litigation, is rarely easy. The emotional toll that litigation takes on your family and life cannot be explained, nor can it be anticipated. The uncertainty, coupled with the financial burden … Why Choose Mediation Over Litigation for Your Divorce?