Mediation

January 5, 2015

Court of Appeals clarifies what constitutes mediation duress and that no hearing is necessary for entry of a Final Decree of Divorce based upon Irreconcilable Differences

Lori Kay Jones Trigg v. Richard Darrell Trigg E2014-00860-COA-R3-CV In an irreconcilable differences divorce case the trial court entered a final judgment of divorce without either party appearing that incorporated the parties’ mediated marital dissolution agreement (both of the parties’ attorneys were present apparently). Shortly thereafter, Husband filed a motion […]

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