Orange County Divorce Mediators

Orange County Divorce Mediators at Alternative Divorce Solutions discuss The Fear of Starting Over after Divorce:

There are so many horror stories associated with divorce in Orange County. I think that people start to hit a certain age where their friends are getting divorced and they begin to hear about all of the pain and financial hardship involved. This raises questions about whether or not they should stay in a bad marriage or if they should stick it out to avoid the horrific divorce process.

Although we would not encourage anyone to get a divorce, we do want to raise awareness that it does not have to be a war. We have been divorce mediators in orange county for some time now. Through our work with our clients, we have seen people from all different walks of life. We have worked with peaceful couples and we have also helped high conflict couples. We have handled divorces where there is mostly debt to divide, and where there have been 100’s of millions of dollars involved. Despite the differences in these couples, there is one common denominator – they wanted to resolve their divorces peacefully without spending extra time and money. As Orange County Divorce Mediators, that is exactly the service we provide.

Divorce mediation is a process where the couple works with a neutral divorce mediator to divide the assets and debts of their marriage without going to court. The divorce mediation process can cover all issues related to divorce, which can include child custody, child support, spousal support (sometimes referred to as alimony), and debt division. The benefits are endless, but the whole idea is that the divorce process is completed in the least stressful manner possible. This saves you time, money, energy and quite frankly, your sanity. This means that you don’t have to add the dread of going through litigation to the fears you already have about being divorced. You can trust in our team of trained attorney-mediators and paralegals to take the burden of your divorce off of you from a legal standpoint. You don’t have to be a statistic or another horror story. You have a choice.