Mediation Blogs

Z Family Law talks about divorce and mediation-related topics in these blog posts. Our family law practice can help you to prepare the journey to your New Normal. In these articles, we write about Maryland family law as it relates to mediation as well as our own personal stories. There are many ways to get divorced, and how you choose to do it depends on your unique needs.

There Are as Many Ways to Get Divorced as There Are to Get Married

In her 3rd blog for Worthy.com, Christy A. Zlatkus, Esquire discusses divorce methods such as mediation, collaborative divorce, and litigation.

Marriage, whether beginning or ending, is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Choosing the process you use to get divorced is just as important as choosing your divorce attorney. This post highlights the most common ways to untie the knot, as well as some options you may not have considered that could be a great fit for your unique circumstances.

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