Deciding to end your marriage is not a choice that a person takes lightly. Whether there was a single incident, such as an act of abuse or infidelity, or just a gradual deterioration of your marriage, the choice to dissolve your union is often one fraught with confusion and stress. This is especially true if you worry about the impact on your children and what happens if you don't agree on terms with your spouse.
You don't want to end up in court, battling over every minute of parenting time and every penny in your savings account. However, you do want to ensure that the outcome is fair to both you and your spouse. If you don't currently agree on terms for divorcing but believe compromise is possible, mediation could be an ideal solution for filing an uncontested divorce.