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No-Fight Divorce


Professional advice on how to end your marriage with less pain and expense Mediation is an increasingly popular method forending a marriage because it is less expensive and less time-consuming than traditional divorce. No-Fight Divorce provides the latest and most up-to-date information on the practices of divorce law and mediation. At the same time, it explains the process of mediation, how it differs from a conventional divorce, and explores how to get the most from it--including how to mediate important issues of divorce, including property settlements, alimony, child support, and custody.

End your marriage on your own terms using mediation--without the time, costs, and heartache of a traditional divorce

Divorce doesn't have to be harder for you and your partner than it already is. No-Fight Divorce gives you all you need to know to take advantage of mediation, an increasingly popular, proven alternative to traditional divorce that is less time-consuming, far less expensive, and a whole lot more civilized.

In No-Fight Divorce, family law attorney Brette McWhorter Sember explains what mediation is, how it works, and how to use it to take control of your divorce and work with your partner to decide how to end your marriage. She explains, in plain English, the legal basics involved, and she walks you through the entire process step-by-step, providing you with:

• Expert advice on how to find, hire, and work with a qualified mediator
• Tips on what to expect from your mediation experience, how to properly prepare for the process, and how to reach agreement in mediation
• Checklists, questionnaires, logs, and communication techniques that help you stay organized, informed, and prepared
• "Words That Work" that help you deflect conflict and promote understanding and compromise between you and your spouse
• Professional guidance on how to mediate key divorce issues, including property settlements, alimony, child support, and custody
• Ideas for using mediation to solve disputes that can arise after divorce






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