Mediation often helps divorcing spouses express their positions in a controlled environment that could foster productive negotiations. The mediation process might support the development of the whole divorce settlement or just parts of it. For example, parents asserting their rights to child custody in Indiana might develop a child custody agreement with the aid of a mediator without giving up the option of litigating other elements of their divorce, such as property division.
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