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How do I Keep my Divorce Private?

November 15th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

Mediation is an option when one or both parties are concerned with privacy during divorce. In divorce mediation, there are:

  • No public court hearings;
  • No depositions;
  • No submissions of evidence;
  • No courtroom testimony;
  • No discovery.

To further maintain privacy, in mediation, we can file your divorce documents in a different county so nothing is filed with your local court.

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What are the main principles of Divorce Mediation?

September 18th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

Impartiality/Neutrality

A mediator doesn’t represent either spouse. Mediators assume a netural role in which they work on behalf of both parties and facilitate constructive communication.

Confidentiality

Everything discussed in mediation is kept private. Mediators cannot be subpoenaed or called to testify on behalf of mediation clients. This allows the mediation room to be a safe place promoting open dialogue and a cooperative outcome.

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Why Mediation is the Best Divorce Route for Business Owners

September 8th, 2017 by Marta J. Papa

Mediation saves you time, which is vital to business owners, but there are more reasons to consider mediation when considering divorce.

Here are some common scenarios we see in our office:

– Both spouses have owned and operated a business together during their marriage;

– One spouse has owned and operated a business during the marriage;

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