Category: cut costs in divorce

  • Expedited Divorce Mediation– Faster for Less® By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Master Divorce Mediator

    Expedited Divorce Mediation– Faster for Less® By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Master Divorce Mediator   Expedited Divorce Mediation – Faster for Less® is the new divorce mediation process that can get you through your divorce faster, easier and for less cost. With this innovative process you control your speed, your involvement and the costs for your […]

  • Expedited Divorce Mediation/Faster for Less®

    What is It? Expedited Divorce Mediation – Faster for Less® is the new divorce process that makes divorce easier, faster and less costly. With Expedited Divorce you have a say in the speed and cost of your Divorce. Anthony Adamopoulos, a highly rated experienced divorce mediator, used his years of experience and hundreds of helpful creative […]

  • WHEN YOU NEED HELP IN DIVORCE MEDIATION

    by Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Attorney You, usually, do not need an attorney or Financial Neutral at all mediation sessions when there are three or less issues and no issue of credibility of income or property reporting. But, in two situations you need help. First, you need help when the issues include […]

  • COVID-19-The Divorce Rate and Cutting the Cost of Divorce

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos Topsfield Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Divorce attorney. According to the New York Times, the experience of other countries suggests the ravages of COVID-19 will lead us to more divorces. And, according to the Pew Research Center, divorce itself is contagious. For example, if you divorce, the chances become higher that your […]

  • Headed for a Covidivorce and Can’t Afford Divorce Mediation? Use a Certified LAR Attorney.

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator, Collaborative Divorce Representation, Divorce Arbitrator. In a matter of weeks, the world has changed for those facing divorce, not to mention that the family/divorce court has all but closed. What do you do when you cannot afford a full-service divorce mediator? Use a Limited Assistance Representation (LAR) attorney to save […]

  • THE DIVORCE COURT IS CLOSED*. WE CAN’T GO ON LIKE THIS.

    Mediate a Reconciliation Agreement. (Also called a “postnuptial” or “marital” agreement.) A Reconciliation Agreement tries to reconcile differences while admitting the possibility of divorce. It sets out rights and obligations each would have to follow if a divorce was filed. If there is a divorce, then the Reconciliation Agreement, by law, turns into a Separation […]

  • Our Clients Say It Best

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Divorce Attorney Recently, a couple came to me seeking my help in resolving their divorce. They were in litigation and had been “going at it” for over a year. Fortunately, with their hard work and dedication, we mediated a resolution. They showed their appreciation by writing kind […]

  • What is the Difference Between Imputed Income and Attributed Income?

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Divorce Attorney Imputed and attributed income are distinguished in the Child Support Guidelines, 2018. Imputed income is income that is not reported on a parent’s Financial Statement but is nevertheless being received by or available to the parent.  One appellate court decision has said: A judge may […]

  • The Holidays are Over and We Need to Get This Divorce Behind Us

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Certified Divorce Mediator and Certified Collaborative Divorce Attorney Listen folks, the holidays are over and the two of you are still facing the divorce problem. It is time and it is best, for the two of you and your kids to get this divorce thing behind you. It is hard to […]

  • My Spouse is Hiding income. Is that Imputed Income?

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Divorce Attorney Yes, it may be. Imputed income is an amount that a judge assigns to your spouse when your spouse’s Financial Statement does not report the assigned income.This comes up when you are able to show the judge at least one of two types of evidence […]