Randy Hoerschgen | 104 Anthony Lane | Mandeville, Louisiana 70471 | Randy@decision1.net | (573) 353-4663
I thoroughly believe that couples should first try to preserve their marriage by using marital mediation, seek assistance from a minister, or through professional counseling. In a perfect world, there would be no divorced couples. Unfortunately, this is not a realistic expectation. Situations do exist where divorce is the best way to proceed and move on with your lives. But this is not an easy transition...
If you choose to litigate your divorce, it will conjure up a nightmare of huge legal bills, jockeying lawyers, seething resentment and emotionally wounded children waiting in the wings. But it doesn't have to be so grim. Divorce mediation offers separating couples the opportunity to work with a neutral third-party to find solutions in a non-adversarial environment.
By choosing to mediate your divorce, you can:
Get through your divorce timely
Steer clear of bitter court battles
Reach agreements that tend to hold up over time
Eliminate suspension of what the other party is planning
Easily renegotiate terms when modifications are needed
Negotiate the terms that work best for you and your childrenSoften the blow on you and your children, while preserving relationships