Legal Separation Agreements Provide Security and Order During Troubled Times
Mediate Your Legal Separation
Mediation is the perfect venue for couples desiring to have a trial separation period, with the intention of working on their marriage or determining if a divorce is necessary. Prior to any separation, couples need to make difficult decisions about finances, children and possession of their home and other property. Through mediation, married couples facing a legal separation can have an experienced family law mediator help them consider issues and options during the separation period. A legal separation agreement is a binding contract, and can becomes a court order if the parties file and have a court approve it. Generally no court hearing is necessary in this process.
Issues for Legal Separation Mediation
Couples seeking a separation can use mediation to resolve legal issues in nearly all legal separation situations. Couples apply their own values and familys' best interests to decide how to resolve legal separation issues, including: child custody and parenting time; child support; spousal support; property division; payment of debts; and disposition of any family business. In mediation, couples have much more flexibility in crafting separation terms that meet their families' unique needs. Mediation can not only produce tailored agreements, couples using mediation for their legal separation can avoid the heightened tension and animosity that comes with the traditional court process.
A better way for divorce and other family changes
Providence Mediation provides divorce mediation and other mediation services to help couples facing divorce and other family law concerns, including custody, child support, property division, post divorce modification, prenuptial agreements, paternity, in addition to domestic partnership agreements, and partnership dissolution actions in Hamilton County, Marion County, Boone County, Hendricks County, Morgan County, Hancock County, Carmel, Indianapolis, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield, Pendleton, Greenwood, Avon and Zionsville, IN.
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