7 Signs a Couple Should Skip Mediation And Go Straight to Massachusetts Divorce Court

| Jun 13, 2018 | Divorce |

When a Massachusetts marriage breaks up, fairness is usually the last thing on either former partners’ mind. Spite can make a partner lash out and claw for whatever they can grab. That prevents couples from fairly dividing property and sensibly planning for their post marriage lives and drags out an excruciating divorce.

With mediation, some of the acrimony can be drained from the situation. Both spouses agree to hire a mediator to act as an impartial third party to create a plan for their lives post divorce. With input from both exes, they allocate assets, arrange kids’ living situations, and create detailed plans for schedules, agreements about how far apart former spouses can live from each other and more.

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