Divorce and Bankruptcy Law are two areas that sometimes go hand in hand. Financial difficulties in a relationship can be as difficult of a storm to weather as an extra-marital affair. When a couple has money problems, they may think that the only answer is to get out of the relationship.
When parties get a divorce, often times there are many disputed issues. Sometimes the issues of contention are over who would be appointed joint managing conservator of the children or how much child support should be owed. Another point of contention can be where the parties can move and how far away from each other will they be allowed to move if there are the children the subject of the marriage.
The subjects of divorce mediation include, but are not limited to, those that would be resolved by a judge in court, but for the mediated settlement. The mediation process then can be seen as an alternative to the court process. Divorce mediation is defined as a nontherapeutic process at which the parties together, with the assistance of a neutral third party resource attempt to systematically isolate points of agreement and disagreement. They also try to explore alternatives and consider compromises for the purpose of reaching a consensual settlement of issues relating to their divorce or separation.