Property Division at Mediation

One of the biggest issues in divorce is money and property and understandably so, as people split up they have to start thinking about how they are going to make it on their own. While everyone characterizes property division as a vindictive process of “taking every penny” or something along those lines, the reality is much different, both in purpose and outcome. While people may start out looking for revenge or to “stick it” to their ex, after a couple months of living on their own they realize their need for a stable income and their stuff.

What to Expect at Mediation

When it comes to mediation one of the scenarios that lends itself best to reaching a settlement is when the parties are only fighting over property and finances. That being said reaching a settlement is never easy and the parties should normally not expect to just be in and out at the mediation. The baseline for what a person should expect when going into mediation, in regards to property division, is that the marital estate will more or less be split in half and given 50% to each party. This doesn’t necessarily mean that everything must be sold but that is often an important option, especially when it comes to real estate.

Ogden Family Law Attorney | Getting Help for Mediation

If you are thinking about getting divorced or are already in the process of divorce and need to move toward mediation then call the lawyers at Ogden Divorce Law. Our attorneys have represented hundreds of clients in their divorce and mediation process and we can help calm your feels and protect your rights as you work towards a resolutions to your case. Call or email us today to find out more about how we can help you in your divorce.

About Todd Peterson

Todd Peterson has been with Salcido Law firm for a number of years and specializes in Family Law practice. He is dedicated to helping people through the very difficult and highly emotionally charged times when they need a family law attorney.
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