If You’re Ready to Talk Divorce: New Concept of Divorce Mediation Enables Separating Spouses to Finalize Their Divorce Quickly and Effectively

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Divorce Resort, a new program from veteran attorney, Daryl Weinman, ensures a complete resolution in 72 hours, allowing couples to move forward with their lives

A revolutionary concept in divorce mediation, gives you control over the process. Step away from daily life and focus only on your divorce. After three days, your divorce issues are finalized.

While divorce attorney Daryl Weinman knows that divorce is no day at the beach, her breakthrough offering, Divorce Resort, transforms the process into a lower-stress, emotionally supportive one -- at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional proceedings. The process is as unique as the concept: all divorce issues finalized, mediated and arbitrated to both parties’ satisfaction in 72 hours, conducted at the clients’ hotel of choice anywhere in the United States. The swift and fair resolution is extraordinarily positive for all concerned, enabling spouses to move on with a minimum of recrimination, say experts who specialize in counseling divorcing couples.

“For people who are ready to get divorced, and willing to compromise and communicate, Divorce Resort is a genius way of getting things done,” says Liza Caldwell, co-founder and director of SAS Support and Solutions for Women, a company that provides women with comprehensive support as they navigate the process of separation, reconciliation and/or divorce. “If both parties come to the table with equal power and knowledge, this is an ideal solution. By containing the process within three days, it keeps everything within defined boundaries and mitigates the pain, particularly beneficial if children are involved.”

Why Getting Away Gets It Done
“How can you get a divorce where you can just focus on the task at hand without all the other external things happening?” asks Eric Perardi, Austin resident. “We never get those moments of peace, and when you’re working through one of the hardest things in your life, you need to go to a place that’s neutral and sit and really talk about what you want and come to a conclusion.”

The Divorce Resort concept provides a unique, non-legal environment that serves its clients well, says Alison Wilcox, PhD, Austin-area psychologist who works with families in crisis. “The couple can come together and move apart freely without the pressure of completely derailing the process, and that process will potentially be much less protracted, invasive and emotionally unsettling than traditional litigation or mediation.”

Weinman uses her skills as mediator and arbitrator to make sure all issues, including division of assets and debts, proposals for future support and co-parenting arrangements, are satisfactorily and quickly resolved. With the average divorce proceedings taking a year or more, according to Divorce Magazine, a solution that requires just a three-day weekend represents a tremendous savings in time, money and emotional wear and tear.

The time constraints, adds Wilcox, are eased by the fluid and collaborative nature of the process. “Any time couples reach agreements during a divorce, it’s better for everyone. Each person ‘owns’ that part, and shared responsibility is ultimately what everyone, particularly divorced parents, will need going forward.”
Weinman, an experienced attorney in the Austin area, specializing in divorce and custody cases since 1994 and board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2000, pioneered the concept in 2012, having lived through her own emotional roller coaster of a divorce the previous year. “When individuals are able to focus solely on their divorce issues—children, finances, future—without the distractions of everyday life—the process becomes immeasurably easier to negotiate. With all issues regarding custody, property and assets finally resolved, and without the threat of court proceedings in the future, anxiety and uncertainty are relieved and everyone can get on with the rest of their lives.”

For more information about the Divorce Resort process, visit http://www.divorceresort.net. A flat fee, customized to the client’s situation and generally less than just the initial retainer required by a divorce attorney or mediator, will include hotel fees, mediator/arbitrator fees, and preparation and filing of documents.

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