When should you avoid Divorce Mediation?
Mediation is arguably an amicable solution during a divorce. However, some situations may need you to avoid using the services of a divorce mediator. Click here for facts about Hackensack, NJ.
Here are some of them:
- If you don’t know the valuation of co-owned assets, avoid mediation. Your spouse might be unwilling to disclose critical financial statements during the mediation. You can take the matter before a judge who will order your spouse to provide the right information on all properties or be penalized.
- If you have spent a long time without talking to your spouse, drop mediation. If you can’t talk to your spouse, a mediator can do less to help the situation.
- If there are extreme feelings of anger between you and your spouse, consider other solving divorce methods.
- If you feel the divorce mediator is siding with your spouse, it may be the right time to terminate the mediation. There is no need to be guided by a person you’ve lost confidence in.
- In situations where one party doesn’t want the divorce, mediation may not stand a chance.
- Sometimes spouses bully and harass each other to force them to give in to agreements during mediation. When such happens, call the mediation process and look for other ways to solve your divorce conflicts. Click here to read about How long can Divorce Mediation take.
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