There are many options for getting a divorce; collaborative law, litigation, arbitration, mediation. Here you learn the difference between mediation and litigation. The bottom line is that before you decide which direction you want to take, make sure you understand the outcomes. Judges are limited with time and resources to dig deep as you may hope.
There is one aspect to the process of divorce that almost none of us takes into account: taxes. This is because most of us deal with taxes only once per year and it can be very easy to forget about that process, right up until it’s keeping you up in the midst of tax season.
The path to divorce is never an easy one. Using mediation to guide your way, however, can be a more amicable one. By definition, divorce mediation attempts to bring about a peaceful resolution for a couple going through a separation. Mediation is a proven process where parties voluntarily use a neutral party (often a mediator) to facilitate the process by resolving disputes.
Give your spouse or partner a gift they will appreciate more than chocolates and roses: A commitment to improving your relationship.
While all divorces cause uncertainty and stress for the families, most are not played out for the entire world to watch and judge. From an emotional perspective, all divorces are the same regardless of wealth. We all feel pain and suffering the same irrespective of the size of our bank accounts. However, when it comes to money, this is an entirely different situation. There is a big difference between the rich and the poor when it comes to divorce and money.
Karen is nominated as an Advocate and Catalyst for Change by Canadian Business Chicks. Watch and read Karen share her story about challenging that status quo in the divorce and financial industry so to be part of a profound change.
Get your divorce done quickly with the fastest divorce process in Canada. Karen Stewart concludes her interviews with CTV Edmonton by presenting Fairway’s mission: Children, Assets & Speed. Fairway Divorce Solutions takes you through the process, separately, and then helps you quickly negotiate a resolution that protects your children and your assets.
Karen Stewart continues her interviews with CTV Edmonton by talking about divorce lawyers and why calling a lawyer may be the wrong thing to do. Keep the money in your pocket. Learn how to avoid fighting it out with the courts. Instead, achieve amazing outcomes using a mediation and negotiation method that makes sense and focuses on the wellbeing of the children.
In this interview, Karen Stewart talks with CTV News Edmonton about divorce statistics and the differences between the “broken” traditional divorce system and the Fairway divorce process. Having gone through a lengthy divorce herself, this experience gave Karen insight into the limitations of the traditional system. Learn how Fairway can help you find a mutually beneficial outcome that protects your kids and your assets.
CTV Calgary Interviews Karen Stewart about the year over year trend in the increase of divorces after The Calgary Stampede. See how you might avoid being a statistic.