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Angelina Jolie may Take a Less Aggressive Approach in her Divorce Battle with Brad Pitt
According to a recent article published in The Economic Times, Angelina Jolie has been reconsidering her decision to take an aggressive approach in her divorce battle with Brad Pitt. Ultimately, it appears the reason behind Jolie's change of heart is to do what's best for their six children.

If Pitt and Jolie truly want to do what is in the best interests of their children, they should consider divorce mediation as an alternative to litigation. Mediation would allow them to resolve their divorce in a more amicable manner and create a more effective parenting plan that truly addresses the needs of each child. In addition, several studies have shown that children experience a smoother transition to post-divorce life when mediation is used instead of litigation.

One additional reason the couple should consider mediation is the ability to keep the details of their divorce more private. If they resolve their disputes in court, every detail will be part of the public record. Due to the high profile nature of this case, it will be virtually impossible to keep these details out of the media. However, by choosing divorce mediation, they would have an ability to control the information that gets released to the media, allowing them to maintain their privacy and dignity.

You can read the details of this article by clicking on the link below.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/magazines/panache/is-angelina-jolie-shedding-aggressive-divorce-tactics-against-brad-pitt/articleshow/55013484.cms #divorcemediation #divorce #bradpitt #angelinajolie
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Angelina Jolie may Take a Less Aggressive Approach in her Divorce Battle with Brad Pitt
According to a recent article published in The Economic Times, Angelina Jolie has been reconsidering her decision to take an aggressive approach in her divorce battle with Brad Pitt. Ultimately, it appears the reason behind Jolie's change of heart is to do what's best for their six children.

If Pitt and Jolie truly want to do what is in the best interests of their children, they should consider divorce mediation as an alternative to litigation. Mediation would allow them to resolve their divorce in a more amicable manner and create a more effective parenting plan that truly addresses the needs of each child. In addition, several studies have shown that children experience a smoother transition to post-divorce life when mediation is used instead of litigation.

One additional reason the couple should consider mediation is the ability to keep the details of their divorce more private. If they resolve their disputes in court, every detail will be part of the public record. Due to the high profile nature of this case, it will be virtually impossible to keep these details out of the media. However, by choosing divorce mediation, they would have an ability to control the information that gets released to the media, allowing them to maintain their privacy and dignity.

You can read the details of this article by clicking on the link below.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/magazines/panache/is-angelina-jolie-shedding-aggressive-divorce-tactics-against-brad-pitt/articleshow/55013484.cms #divorcemediation #divorce #bradpitt #angelinajolie
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Advantages of a Mediated Divorce
Going through a #divorce is often one of the most stressful, traumatic moments of your life. Many couples waste unnecessary time and money battling in court to resolve the issues in dispute. In most instances, this isn’t the most effective way to achieve a divorce agreement that is fair for both parties.

If you and your spouse have decided to get a divorce, you may want to consider mediation as an alternative to a traditional litigated (courtroom) divorce. We encourage you to click on the link below to view our slideshare presentation explaining all of the benefits associated with choosing #divorcemediation instead of battling in court. We hope this will help you learn more about this option and decide whether it is right for you.

http://www.splitsimple.com/blog/slideshare-presentation-advantage-of-mediated-divorce

At #SplitSimple our attorney-mediators have an extensive background in family law, helping us craft divorce agreements that will adhere to all Colorado laws and be approved by the court. Our unique mediation process fosters a collaborative environment that allows you and your spouse to arrive at creative solutions to the issues in dispute while working together amicably at the negotiation table.

Have you ever used mediation to resolve your divorce? How did the process go? Were you happy with the final agreement? Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
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Angelina Jolie may Take a Less Aggressive Approach in her Divorce Battle with Brad Pitt
According to a recent article published in The Economic Times, Angelina Jolie has been reconsidering her decision to take an aggressive approach in her divorce battle with Brad Pitt. Ultimately, it appears the reason behind Jolie's change of heart is to do what's best for their six children.

If Pitt and Jolie truly want to do what is in the best interests of their children, they should consider divorce mediation as an alternative to litigation. Mediation would allow them to resolve their divorce in a more amicable manner and create a more effective parenting plan that truly addresses the needs of each child. In addition, several studies have shown that children experience a smoother transition to post-divorce life when mediation is used instead of litigation.

One additional reason the couple should consider mediation is the ability to keep the details of their divorce more private. If they resolve their disputes in court, every detail will be part of the public record. Due to the high profile nature of this case, it will be virtually impossible to keep these details out of the media. However, by choosing divorce mediation, they would have an ability to control the information that gets released to the media, allowing them to maintain their privacy and dignity.

You can read the details of this article by clicking on the link below.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/magazines/panache/is-angelina-jolie-shedding-aggressive-divorce-tactics-against-brad-pitt/articleshow/55013484.cms #divorcemediation #divorce #bradpitt #angelinajolie
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Impact of Divorce on Children (Infographic)
Going through a #divorce can place additional stress on everyone in your family, including your children. There is considerable research documenting the potential adverse effects experienced by children as they cope with the divorce of their parents.

Fortunately, there are ways to mitigate this impact on your children. #Divorcemediation often helps you work out a more effective parenting plan that will provide your children with an easier transition to post-divorce life. In addition, by resolving your divorce in an amicable manner, it can help you maintain a more positive home environment for your children throughout the process.

The following infographic provides a basic overview of the ways in which divorce can impact your children, as well as how mediation can make the process easier on them.

How have your children been handling the news of your divorce? Please share in the comments section below.
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Advantages of a Mediated Divorce
Going through a #divorce is often one of the most stressful, traumatic moments of your life. Many couples waste unnecessary time and money battling in court to resolve the issues in dispute. In most instances, this isn’t the most effective way to achieve a divorce agreement that is fair for both parties.

If you and your spouse have decided to get a divorce, you may want to consider mediation as an alternative to a traditional litigated (courtroom) divorce. We encourage you to click on the link below to view our slideshare presentation explaining all of the benefits associated with choosing #divorcemediation instead of battling in court. We hope this will help you learn more about this option and decide whether it is right for you.

http://www.splitsimple.com/blog/slideshare-presentation-advantage-of-mediated-divorce

At #SplitSimple our attorney-mediators have an extensive background in family law, helping us craft divorce agreements that will adhere to all Colorado laws and be approved by the court. Our unique mediation process fosters a collaborative environment that allows you and your spouse to arrive at creative solutions to the issues in dispute while working together amicably at the negotiation table.

Have you ever used mediation to resolve your divorce? How did the process go? Were you happy with the final agreement? Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
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Angelina Jolie may Take a Less Aggressive Approach in her Divorce Battle with Brad Pitt
According to a recent article published in The Economic Times, Angelina Jolie has been reconsidering her decision to take an aggressive approach in her divorce battle with Brad Pitt. Ultimately, it appears the reason behind Jolie's change of heart is to do what's best for their six children.

If Pitt and Jolie truly want to do what is in the best interests of their children, they should consider divorce mediation as an alternative to litigation. Mediation would allow them to resolve their divorce in a more amicable manner and create a more effective parenting plan that truly addresses the needs of each child. In addition, several studies have shown that children experience a smoother transition to post-divorce life when mediation is used instead of litigation.

One additional reason the couple should consider mediation is the ability to keep the details of their divorce more private. If they resolve their disputes in court, every detail will be part of the public record. Due to the high profile nature of this case, it will be virtually impossible to keep these details out of the media. However, by choosing divorce mediation, they would have an ability to control the information that gets released to the media, allowing them to maintain their privacy and dignity.

You can read the details of this article by clicking on the link below.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/magazines/panache/is-angelina-jolie-shedding-aggressive-divorce-tactics-against-brad-pitt/articleshow/55013484.cms #divorcemediation #divorce #bradpitt #angelinajolie
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Angelina Jolie may Take a Less Aggressive Approach in her Divorce Battle with Brad Pitt
According to a recent article published in The Economic Times, Angelina Jolie has been reconsidering her decision to take an aggressive approach in her divorce battle with Brad Pitt. Ultimately, it appears the reason behind Jolie's change of heart is to do what's best for their six children.

If Pitt and Jolie truly want to do what is in the best interests of their children, they should consider divorce mediation as an alternative to litigation. Mediation would allow them to resolve their divorce in a more amicable manner and create a more effective parenting plan that truly addresses the needs of each child. In addition, several studies have shown that children experience a smoother transition to post-divorce life when mediation is used instead of litigation.

One additional reason the couple should consider mediation is the ability to keep the details of their divorce more private. If they resolve their disputes in court, every detail will be part of the public record. Due to the high profile nature of this case, it will be virtually impossible to keep these details out of the media. However, by choosing divorce mediation, they would have an ability to control the information that gets released to the media, allowing them to maintain their privacy and dignity.

You can read the details of this article by clicking on the link below.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/magazines/panache/is-angelina-jolie-shedding-aggressive-divorce-tactics-against-brad-pitt/articleshow/55013484.cms #divorcemediation #divorce #bradpitt #angelinajolie
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Advantages of a Mediated Divorce
Going through a #divorce is often one of the most stressful, traumatic moments of your life. Many couples waste unnecessary time and money battling in court to resolve the issues in dispute. In most instances, this isn’t the most effective way to achieve a divorce agreement that is fair for both parties.

If you and your spouse have decided to get a divorce, you may want to consider mediation as an alternative to a traditional litigated (courtroom) divorce. We encourage you to click on the link below to view our slideshare presentation explaining all of the benefits associated with choosing #divorcemediation instead of battling in court. We hope this will help you learn more about this option and decide whether it is right for you.

http://www.splitsimple.com/blog/slideshare-presentation-advantage-of-mediated-divorce

At #SplitSimple our attorney-mediators have an extensive background in family law, helping us craft divorce agreements that will adhere to all Colorado laws and be approved by the court. Our unique mediation process fosters a collaborative environment that allows you and your spouse to arrive at creative solutions to the issues in dispute while working together amicably at the negotiation table.

Have you ever used mediation to resolve your divorce? How did the process go? Were you happy with the final agreement? Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
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Do You Need an Attorney-Mediator for Your Divorce?
Traditionally, #divorce has been an adversarial process where each party hires a lawyer to fight for their interests in court. While this format is unavoidable in some situations, it often doesn't produce the best outcome. Divorce mediation is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditional divorce, and it can provide you with a smarter, simpler, more cost effective process.

When you choose mediation, you and your spouse will sit down at the negotiating table with a neutral third party, called an attorney-mediator, who will help you resolve all of the issues in your divorce in an amicable manner. This process helps you maintain control over your divorce. It also reduces the time and cost of your divorce, allowing you to move on with your life faster and with more money in your bank account.

In the right circumstances, #divorcemediation will typically achieve the fairest agreement for both parties. However, this option isn't right for everyone. Click on the link below to take our quiz and see if you would benefit from working with a Split Simple attorney-mediator.

http://www.splitsimple.com/blog/quiz-do-you-need-an-attorney-mediator-for-divorce

You can call us at (855) 665-9920 to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorney-mediators.

Have you used mediation to settle your divorce? If so, did you find it to be beneficial? Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
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