Family Mediation Station and Marie Fedorov In The News
MORE Australian grandparents are in primary caring roles for their young grandkids. But what happens when the parents come to take them back is devastating.
Nearly 1.5 million Australians aged between 25-64 years are currently separated or divorced. It’s a scenario many people are impacted by at some point in their lives and sadly, often on more occasions than one.
A GOLD Coast lawyer has developed an innovate approach to divorce which could save taxpayers billions of dollars and couples at least $40,000 in legal fees.
Anyone who’s been through a divorce will tell you it’s a rollercoaster of conflicting emotions; others will say it’s like a death in the family.
Divorce and separation amongst couples are almost as common an outcome as staying together these days and so everyone needs to consider what to do with their assets on separation – sell the family home and car; share the furniture; but what about the pets?
1. Be prepared This is probably obvious; however, it is incredibly important that both you and your spouse prepare before the mediation and have everything
If you and your partner have recently separated, you may be in a bit of a haze, feeling confused, overwhelmed and apprehensive about the future.