It’s the beginning of a new era. Divorce no longer needs to have the stigma of intense conflict, draining of bank accounts, and children stuck in the middle; it’s time for a fresh approach that is civil, peaceful and customized for individual families. Divorce Resort, the new concept from Weinman and Associates, strives to reduce the stress, anxiety and level of conflict for couples in 2013.
The number of new divorce filings peaks between January and March each year. Preparation, both emotional and financial is very difficult. However, this new concept makes a painful process much more bearable. With a structured timeline that ensures that the couple will have all issues resolved after a three-day weekend for a flat fee, including custody, property division and support issues, much of the stress, fears and anxiety generally associated with the divorce process are alleviated – and best of all, this takes place in the relaxed atmosphere of a four-star resort without the parties ever having to see or speak with their soon-to-be ex-spouse face-to-face.
This creative new solution saves money, time and aggravation — especially for those with a complex estate. Traditionally, hashing out these issues can take months or even years, with much of the money going toward expensive lawyer fees. This new process doesn’t allow this to happen. The timeline is set by the parties, and if there are any issues left unresolved after two days of mediating, the mediator becomes the arbitrator and arbitrates the remaining issues, ensuring that all issues will be resolved by the end of the three-day weekend. Plus, all solutions resolved through this process are custom-tailored to fit the individual families’ unique circumstances.
This creative approach is invaluable for those with significant assets that have built up over a long period of time, such as with couples over the age of 50 who have been married more than 20 years. Additionally, this approach allows couples to remain on much friendlier terms post-divorce than those who go through the traditional process with two adversarial attorneys. For couples who have children together, this peace is invaluable since their lives will continue to be intertwined through their children and grand-children for the rest of their lives.
This revolutionary approach will keep more of the family’s hard-earned assets in the pockets of the family, rather than in the pockets of their adversarial attorneys. A 2013 resolution to end a marriage amicably, privately, and with dignity will be the best gift a couple can give themselves and their family in the new year.
For more information, contact divorce and family law attorney, Daryl Weinman, at http://www.divorceresort.net.