My Divorce Mediation Manual offers an important resource for anyone contemplating divorce. This manual is meant to positively assist and inform couples engaged in the process of divorce mediation, helping them navigate the process. Divorce mediation is about choosing what to do when a marriage is coming apart, and decisions must be made about what's best for both parties. If there are children involved, the mediation process can become an important process to promote a healthy connection between the parents and the children. In mediation, the couple meets with a neutral third party, the mediator; with his or her help, they work through the issues they need to resolve, so they can end their marriage peacefully, respectfully, and inexpensively. The basic topics to resolve in mediation include the following:

  • Division of assets and debts
  • Child custody and establishing a parenting plan
  • Child support, spousal support, or family support
  • Division of employee/retirement benefits
  • Resolving reimbursement claims
  • Avoiding taxes and defining the tax basis of assets to be divided

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