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A pilot program was recently launched in Anoka County, Minnesota, to help aid parents who are going through a divorce.
The program is hoped to save couples thousands of dollars and lots of time in their divorcing process.
Early Neutral Evaluation Program
The Early Neutral Evaluation Program (ENE) that was launched will work to connect divorcing parents with judges and other evaluators.
This connection will help project how things will play out for the couple in the judicial process and help them get a head start on child-custody and financial disputes.
How the Program Will Help
According to Judge Sharon Hall, the new program could do a great deal to help reduce tensions and enable some couples to keep better control over their divorce.
“Divorce situations can be terrible,” explains Hall. “You walk into the courtroom and the parties have been slandered and vilified. Tensions are running very, very high.”
Cutting the Process Short
The new program is also thought to help decrease the amount of time couples spend going through their divorce.
In many cases, the longer divorce cases last, the more both parties lose out.
(Source: Star Tribune)
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