Aug 20, 2019
Find out why "getting your day in court" may not bring justice
in the end. This episode will help to clear up misconceptions about
divorce court. Learn how divorce mediation can give you more
control over the process and pave the way for healing. This episode
will explain why divorce court rulings can be unpredictable and
what you could expect, why divorce court isn't the place to seek
vindication and place blame, and how divorce mediation makes you
the final decision-maker, not a judge.
- Judges are human. They're often overworked and can make arbitrary decisions. Find out why there isn't time to consider all the details that make your case unique and what that could mean for your divorce settlement.
- You might be picturing a criminal court proceeding where you'll be able to "make your case" for why your spouse is at fault. But this isn't reality. Hear how this mindset can backfire, causing unnecessary stress and turmoil for you and your children.
- This alternative to court allows you to base your decisions on what your family truly needs. Discover how you can resolve your issues quickly and create an agreement that feels fair to both of you.
Sponsored by Main Line Family Law Center
For more information, please visit: Main Line Family Law Center at https://myhealthydivorce.com
Episode Host, Pamela Elaine Nichols, Author, Speaker, Producer
Guests: Cris Pastore and Adina Laver
About Cris: Crispino Pastore, Esq, Main Line Family Law CenterCris Pastore is an expert attorney-mediator and has been a practicing attorney for over 18 years. He became a private divorce mediator in 2007, when he grew increasingly frustrated by destructive nature of the traditional court-contested divorce process. After having mediated hundreds of divorce cases, Cris co-founded Main Line Family Law Center, with the help of his wife, Sharon. Through working with clients and community education, Cris has made it his personal mission to revolutionize this area of practice so that families can emerge healthy and whole once again. Follow Cris on Twitter at @healthy_divorce.
About Adina: In partnership with Main Line Family Law Center, Adina Laver, Divorce Coach works with clients who are "on the fence," in the process of separating, getting a divorce, or are in any other way undergoing a significant change or transformation in their lives. Adina is also founder of Divorce Essentials, a specialized divorce coaching and support service for those committed to a healthy path for reclaiming their lives. Follow Adina on Twitter at @AdinaLaver.