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RESTORE PEACE THROUGH MEDIATION

Updated: Jan 10

Deciding to end a marriage is a difficult decision. Going through a divorce is a hard season. There are many changes during this time period, which can cause stress on everyone involved. However, divorce does not have to be a battle. Two people can divorce amicably, put aside their differences, and restore peace in their lives. Yes, I said peace. I dare to say it is something we all strive for.


No one goes into a marriage hoping for it to end in divorce. Just like with all relationships, there are ups and downs in every marriage. Unfortunately, around 50% of all marriages end in a divorce. That is just a fact. When faced with that fact, we need to change the way we view divorce. Divorce is not shameful or something that makes you broken. You are not broken. Your home is not broken. Your family is not broken. You can still be loving and supportive of your soon to be ex-spouse. There doesn't have to be conflict, pain, or hatefulness.


Mediation is a private and confidential process that often results in better relationships between the two parties. Mediation allows the couple the opportunity to come to mutually beneficial agreements without having to battle it out in court. A neutral 3rd party assists them in reaching resolutions. Sometimes, all it takes is an unbiased person to help the divorcing spouses see things differently. For more information on how to divorce amicably, visit the Amicable Divorce Network at https://www.amicabledivorcenetwork.com/ . This is an excellent resource for people who want to settle their divorce amicably so they can move on from this challenging time in their lives. We are proud to be a part of this amazing group of professionals, from many different industries, who help divorcing parties cultivate peace in their lives. And, let's be honest, we could all use a little more of that in our lives.


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