There comes a time when an Ohio couple decides that they no longer want to be married. Although mediation is often a first choice when it comes to actually dissolving the marriage, this method is not for every couple.
When couples decide to attempt mediation, they must put aside their differences in an effort to work together. If they cannot do this, the mediation process will not work. For example, if a person is not okay with his or her former spouse being fine during and after the mediation process, he or she is not a good candidate for that method. Further, each must be able to accept the other person's view of reality. If one or both individuals are too committed to their views of what happened during the relationship, it may be too difficult for them to come to an agreement without help.