Raleigh Family Attorney Explores the Need for Mediation in a Divorce Settlement

When a married couple decides to part ways, going to the court is perhaps among the steps they will make, especially when it comes to deciding matters regarding property division, child custody and support, alimony, and other divorce-related issues. At times, however, divorcing couples don’t need to involve the court when they can resolve these issues between themselves with help from a neutral third party; known as mediation.

Court involvement isn’t the only way to reach an amicable separation, as North Carolina law requires divorcing couples to attempt mediation in resolving any differences both parties may have. Mediation actually has numerous benefits, especially if both you and your spouse are initially willing to cooperate with the court-appointed mediator.


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