From the Real Divorce Mediation Blog of Nancy Hudgins and Debra Synovec
Okay…so cost isn’t everything. But cost is not the only reason to use mediation, there are many reasons. One major reason is the level of satisfaction in the outcome. Divorcing couples are usually incredibly frustrated with the traditional litigation process and extremely dissatisfied with the outcome. They feel disempowered, stressed and financially strained, but to top it off, they pay a lot of money for something that does not even begin to address their needs and the outcome ends up being unsatisfactory to both parties! On the other hand, of all the processes available, mediation gives people the most choice and the most control. In other words, most people get the best outcome for their buck by using mediation. Mediation may seem a bit challenging. However, if you could possibly save over $70,000….or save over $20,000…or even save $13,000 ….and get a better result, isn’t mediation something worth exploring?
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