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What to do if you can't come to an agreement on property division

You gathered information regarding all of your assets, verified as best you could that your future ex-spouse wasn't hiding assets and you made some preliminary decisions regarding how you would like to divide the marital estate. You even agreed to negotiate a settlement outside of the courtroom.

How do caucuses play a role in divorce mediation?

Ending your marriage is for the best. Both you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse feel this way about the situation. As a result, you both also want to avoid the courtroom if possible and are interested in possibly moving forward with mediation as you learned about this method's pros and cons.

Considering mediation for divorce? Benefits versus downsides

Arizona is home to many married couples who will divorce this year or at some time in the future. In fact, divorce has become so common in the United States that you would likely consider it far rarer to not know someone who has been through divorce than to know two, three or more people who have. Your personal priorities regarding your upcoming divorce may or may not be similar to someone else you know who has navigated the process. 

How to prepare for your first meeting with a divorce lawyer

Now that you have overcome the shock from hearing your spouse's request for a divorce, you know you have to put your emotions aside and begin making some plans. Among the first decisions to make is who will be your legal representative. You likely obtained recommendations from friends and co-workers, and you may have researched the credentials and experience of your top choices before making your decision.

Keep summertime stress low after divorce

Now that your divorce is final, you likely feel ready to move on in life, get a fresh start and begin building new, happy memories with your kids. You've talked with them about how life changes, but that doesn't necessarily mean change always makes things worse. Each of your kids may have reacted to your divorce differently. You understand there may be challenges along the way, but you're determined to have a good summer and future together.  

Painless asset division during divorce

In Arizona and family courts around the world, it is becoming increasingly evident that decisions made during the divorce process are more likely to succeed when couples work through the process together. Negotiations and agreements settled outside a courtroom often have more relevance to the couple's unique situation, and spouses are more likely to abide by them if they had a hand in preparing them.

Could you benefit from a prenuptial agreement?

When an Arizona couple is preparing to get married, it is a time of excitement and joy. Planning for your wedding day is wonderful, but it can also be beneficial to plan ahead to the future beyond the wedding itself. It can be practical and smart to consider the benefits of also drafting a prenuptial agreement before you walk down the aisle.

Who ever thought you'd share a house with your former spouse?

From the get go, your children's best interests were the highest priority for you when you began discussing divorce. You knew there would be challenges, and you wanted to make certain that everyone involved would be willing to cooperate and compromise so your kids would have the least amount of stress possible, given the situation. You thought everything was going fine, that is, until your children began lamenting that they did not want to have to move to a different house.

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