How Do I Start Mediation with My Spouse

How to propose Divorce Mediation
  • Don’t be a mediation cheerleader.

  • Let the ex-spouse know you are open to negotiate a fair settlement.

  • The decision to mediate should be your spouse’s own decision.

  • The decision to mediate should not be a pressured decision.

  • Mediation is far less draining on your financial, emotional and your time and money resource.

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Ken S, Maynard CDFA
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