Amy Broom Pollina Attorney at Law
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Tips for effective mediation

Settling your divorce with mediation might be a good alternative to litigating your case in court. Not only will it take less time, but it will save you money and give you more privacy. With mediation, a licensed mediator helps you work out the details in an often all-day process, avoiding the courtroom.

Mediation allows clients to be more actively involved in settling the details of the case and gives them more control over the outcome and process in general. 

Don't approach mediation unprepared

Many people in Tennessee use mediation to help them complete the divorce process. The benefits can be clear: less cost, faster timeline and a better sense of privacy. Mediation can be easier for children, and help people separate on good terms.

However, practice requires some added preparation as well. It can take an effort to approach the prospect of divorce with an open mind, but doing so can bring a much more agreeable resolution. There are some preparations you can take before your first mediation session to help you reach the outcome you're hoping for.

What you need to know before you adopt your grandchild

As heartbreaking as it can be when you find out that your child can no longer be a parent, you know that something must be done for the sake of your grandchildren. Tennessee has plenty of laws in place to help you prepare for adopting your grandchildren, so it is crucial that you are aware of these obstacles as soon as possible.


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