Did you know the majority of divorce cases settle? Research reported from several sources shows that it’s estimated that 95% of divorces settle using some form of negotiation for resolving the divorce issues. Negotiations in divorce can happen using many different negotiation tools for conflicts and disputes. Negotiation and settlement agreements can happen during divorce when two spouses meet and talk over the issues sitting at a dining room table, a restaurant or a park. Negotiation in a divorce with divorce attorneys representing the spouses happens by email, Zoom, a phone call and sometimes even in person. Divorce negotition can happen any time during a divorce including right up until the start of a divorce hearing or a divorce trial.
Guest Blogger with Gabrielle Hartley
I’m excited to say that I was recently asked to write a guest blog post for Attorney Gabrielle Hartley, Esq.’s blog about making the most of online mediation. Gabrielle Hartley is a nationally known attorney, mediator, and divorce coach as well as the creator and author of Better Apart, The Radically Positive Way to Separate.
One method I’ve been using lately to assist negotiations about divorce issues and helping people work through divorce agreements is mediation, and specifically online mediation. And, I included my best online mediation tips for people mediating divorce online in my guest blog post so that you can make the most of your divorce online mediation: https://gabriellehartley.com/how-to-make-the-most-of-your-online-mediation/
This information is very general and not specific to any one case. Ready her blog post above for great online mediation tips. There are more divorce tips, mediation tips, information about divorce coaching on the website.
Jill O’Connell is an experienced, Texas divorce attorney and mediator with over 20 years practicing law and focusing on divorce and family law including mediation.
Are you ready to start working with Jill O’Connell, Esq.? Call today to get on her calendar: 972-203-6644.