Communicated content- The stress of staying home, financial hardship, the kids at home 24/7, and the fear of catching the Corona Virus can certainly take a toll on a marriage—especially one that was on shaky ground to begin with. If you and your spouse are thinking about divorce, wouldn’t you rather discuss, collaborate, and agree on the terms of a divorce agreement rather than have them dictated by aggressive divorce lawyers or imposed upon you by the court?
I’m Diane Magnusson. I established my divorce and family mediation practice, MAGNUSS Divorce Mediation, to provide the intelligent alternative to traditional adversarial divorce. With Divorce Mediation, you and your spouse talk directly with each other to work out the terms of a divorce or settlement agreement. Issues discussed may include real estate and personal property, retirement benefits, investments, spousal support, health insurance, taxes, pet custody. And if you have children, custody and visitation, child support, parenting plans/schedules, health insurance, college education, vacations/holidays, extracurricular activities, etc. Divorce mediation also spares your children the trauma of seeing their parents “battle it out” in court.
If you think you’re headed for divorce, ask yourself these five questions: 1. Do you want a process that gives you more control over your future? 2. Would you consider a process that is emotionally protective of your family? 3. Would you like a process that focuses on the best interests of your children? 4. Do you want a process that saves you both time and money vs. traditional divorce? 5. Are you able to work through your separation or divorce with some spirit of cooperation?
If you answered yes to most of these questions, then we need to talk. I offer a private, no-obligation 30-minute office or Zoom consultation. I can be reached at: Diane Magnusson, MAGNUSS Divorce Mediation, (914)382-3268, email@example.com, www.magnussdivorcemediation.com 2537 Rte. 52, HES Bldg. 1, Suite 1 Hopewell Junction, NY 12533