Mediation is one of the most common methods for dissolving a marriage because it’s cost effective, expeditious and compassionate. Both spouses retain direct control over the format, agenda and outcome of the mediation process. The mediator serves as an impartial facilitator, so the couple can forge an acceptable and often mutually beneficial agreement.
You and your spouse may not have the same parenting style, and that's something you may want to be concerned with if you're going through a divorce. Both parents should do their best to agree on a single parenting style, rules for punishments or rewards and other factors involving raising their children. If they don't, then there is a greater likelihood of having a conflict (or multiple conflicts) as the child grows.
When you are frustrated with the actions of your real estate agent and believe that they've intentionally led you astray to get you to purchase a property, you may be interested in filing a civil lawsuit. A civil lawsuit allows you to seek compensation for your losses or to seek other help from the court.