The path to a fair settlement becomes clearer if you break the divorce process down to its fundamentals avoiding pointless and confusing jargon, and ensure the work is undertaken by the right skill set .
For example, understanding both parties’ true financial position is crucial for a fair financial settlement, but it is a task that requires highly skilled analytical experts, not lawyers. With the right team, it can be done quickly, efficiently and transparently regardless of unusual complexities in any given situation.
Many divorces, including complex ones, can and should be sorted more quickly through mediation than through an uncertain and costly court process. Mediation allows you some flexibility in engineering the final outcome for you and your children. It means you don’t have to live with the final judgement of the court, a judgement you may not agree with or like.