Facts About Family Law Mediation

Posted on Apr 13, 2016 by Jamson

Family Law Mediation is a process through which the conflicts between the families and especially the couples are sorted and there are lots of cases which are totally personal are sorted efficiently with this process.  It is not like the litigations of the court instead here the parties involved are allowed to maintain the ownership and the control over the total process for the benefit of themselves. It is a mutual process under the legal rules and the regulations where both the parties are having equal chance to talk about their problems and then mutually they can arrive at a decision which is beneficial for both the parties contesting. There is a Singapore Divorce Lawyer who acts as the mediator during this process and he helps the parties to sort out the problems and if they don’t want to stay together then they may decide that mutually and continue with the divorce.


The mediator is the person who is not going to pass any legal judgement or advice to the parties but he or she can guide them according to the law. The parties may lead to have an agreement where the issues and the related solutions are written down for the future benefit and so that none of them can go against that and if they do then the other party can file a law suit or take other legal action. It is known as the Memorandum of Understanding which is to be signed by both the parties with the mediator as the witness.


 The benefits of having Family Law Mediationprocess for the settle of the divorce between the couples are as follows:



  • The priority is given not on the divorce but on the parties involved and mainly on the children they have (if any).

  • The agreement is done with the mutual consent of the parties so they only make the outcome of the process according to their whims.

  • There is no such atmosphere which can be termed as adversarial as the mediator doesn’t provide any such advice or judgement. It is totally dependent on the parties which way they want to go.

  • The court trials may go on for years and this process takes short time so the cost incurred in this process is also less than that you may incur if you go for the court room trials.

  • The process is simple and when you take you consult the Singapore Divorce Lawyer, it is simpler and easier.


About Author: Jamson Lim works for a top Expat Divorce firm in Singapore and has effectively handled foreigners divorce cases in Singapore. He mostly writes on topics like expat divorce eligibility, child relocation, expat assets division and others.


 

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