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What are the benefits of mediation and Guided Separation™?

In mediation and Guided Separation, you and your partner are in charge. In court, the judge is in charge.

You and your partner are responsible for the content and the outcome of the mediation and Guided Separation. The Mediator does not offer solutions nor give advice. So, whether or not there is an agreement and what its features will be are up to you and your partner to determine.

This ‘empowerment’ of the people involved in disputes enables more sustainable outcomes – outcomes all parties can live with.

This ‘empowerment’ of the people involved in disputes enables more sustainable outcomes – outcomes all parties can live with. The agreement you reach can be a binding agreement that can be registered before the courts. The mediation or Guided Separation is without prejudice and in confidence.

And it is a process that can be navigated swiftly or over a longer period depending on the needs of you and your partner and the circumstances of the dispute. As a rule, mediation and Guided Separations are often cheaper, faster and less damaging to relationships than litigation.

If the separation or divorce is a difficult one it can end up in a long and drawn-out court battle.

 

Read these news articles about what can happen:

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