If you and your spouse are divorcing, you’ve certainly got some tough decisions to make. How will you make ends meet? What will happen to the family home? What will happen to your children?
A good place to start is to watch the two videos below. In six minutes, you will learn:
- The 2 most important things you need to know about the Hawaii divorce law.
- Your 3 options to get a divorce.
- Why mediation cuts the cost and stress of divorce.
Video #1 – The 2 Most Important Things to Know About Hawaii Divorce Law
Video #2 – Your 3 Options and Why Mediation Cuts the Cost and Stress of Divorce
My Approach to Divorce Mediation
From my experience, mediation is less stressful and more effective if you and your spouse stay focused on your future, rather than on your unsuccessful past.
Therefore, before and between mediation sessions, I will email each of you a list of questions to think about. The three of us will get together only after both of you had the time to formulate some concrete proposals for the other spouse to consider for resolving the issues at hand. The benefit of this approach is that your mediation sessions with your spouse and me will be less stressful and more constructive.
To learn more about my divorce mediation services – e.g. how much it costs, how long it takes – please click here.
Free Phone Conference
If you and your spouse are interested, call me at (808) 254-4115 and I’ll be glad to set up a free 30-minute conference call. The reason why I prefer to talk to both of you at the same time is to ensure that you both get exactly the same information, and neither of you has an advantage over the other.
After our conference call, the two of you can decide if you want to schedule your first mediation session and if so, which of the following issues you’d like to work on first.
Just a note: If you don’t know whether your spouse shares your interest in divorce mediation, please read my article How to Propose Divorce Mediation to Your Spouse.