Many perceptive attorneys who represent people in divorces long ago realized that the standard litigation process often provides an outcome that is not helpful for either party, irrespective of the result. Over the last 40 years . . .
If you do any amount of research for your divorce, you are likely to stumble across the idea of mediation. And everyone who wants you to pursue mediation will praise its advantages. It offers you more creativity! More control! It can save money! Given what you know of your marriage, you may wonder: Is this all too good to be true? In many cases . . .