Recent Rise from the Ashes Episodes

03 Mediation Process

Coming to a settlement is the best and by far most common way to complete a divorce. It greatly increases parties’ satisfaction with the final terms of divorce because the parties choose the reasonable terms themselves, and coming to an early settlement is the best way to save money and time on a divorce.

Most divorcing couples are able to reach a settlement, but it can be difficult to come to an agreement on all the terms of their divorce without the help of an objective facilitator. A mediator serves as an experienced, neutral guide for couples who need help identifying issues and crafting resolutions for themselves and their families. This episode of the podcast Susan answers frequently asked questions about this type of alternative dispute resolution.

For more information, check out our blogs:

Successful Divorce Mediation

Beyond Litigation: Know Your Divorce Options

10 Good Reasons to Settle Your Divorce

Should You Go to Mediation With or Without Your Attorney?

02 Divorce 101 - The Legal Process

Most people facing divorce don't have a clear idea what to expect from the legal process. In this episode of the podcast, Susan and another Family Law Attorney walk listeners through the basics of the divorce process, as well as what takes place in the negotiation of a divorce settlement.

For more information, check out our blogs:

Divorce in Minnesota: Where Do I Start?

I've Filed For Divorce, What's Next?

Beyond Litigation: Know Your Divorce Options

01 Introduction to Rise from the Ashes

Welcome to the Rise From the Ashes podcast. In our first episode, we'll take a look at a handful of topics that the podcast will explore over time. Our goal is to give listeners general information about family law and provide them with background that will help them to work together with their own attorney in a divorce or family law matter.

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