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Natalie Maines is untieing the knot with her husband. She is famous for her political dislike of George Bush and Donald Trump.  She also is famous for her remake of the song Landslide by Fleetwood Mac. She also was part of a famous band from Houston, Texas,  The Dixie Chicks. Her husband is Adrian Pasdar who is famous for being an American actor and voice artist. He is known for playing Jim Profit on the TV series Profit, for his roles in Near Dark, Carlito’s Way, Mysterious Ways and as Nathan Petrelli on Heroes.  Natalie Maines filed her petition for divorce on Friday, June 30.

Maines, 42, and Pasdar have been married for 17 years. They wed in June 2000 at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas after hitting it off at fellow Dixie Chick Emily Strayer’s 1999 nuptials to Charlie Robison. The singer was a bridesmaid, and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D actor, 52, was a groomsman.

The breakup is “a private family matter,” according local media establishments.

Often people find themselves at the point in their life when they must decide to go forward with their marriage or should they terminate their relationship. One impediment they might find that might decide their decision making in going forward, is the enormous divorce process that they face once they file divorce papers with the court. The legal process through the Court system is often daunting and will cause enormous stress to the parties.  Therefore, there is an alternative solution that many parties are using nowadays that might resolve the unnecessary stress with the divorce process. Mediation is an informal and less stressful divorce process that many people find very beneficial in going through the divorce.

This process involves the parties meeting at a lawyers office or even a nonlawyer if they so choose.  This type of setting is much more pleasant and does not involve going to court. Once in the office the parties can sit with the Professional and proceed going through the divorce process.  All of the documents and procedures are involved in this Mediation process however, there is no need to go to Court.  The Professional Mediator will do all the paperwork and do all the Court filings.

Now the difficult part of all divorces is coming to an agreement with all the issues of the divorce such as support payments, division of property and custody issues. In a Mediators office all these issues can be handled without conflict in the Mediation setting. When both parties can come to the Office with their prospective requests and desires the mediator often can find that middle ground that often cannot be found in Court. If the Mediator is an experienced family law attorney they often can explain the outcome of the issues to the parties and act as an effective intermediary to resolve all potential conflicts. They can explain how a custody schedule might work and what way would be more effective for the parties.  They can also resolve the financial issues involved in the divorce. The mediator can look at all the financial declarations of the parties and resolve the spousal support issues if any.  They can also divide assets without having to fight in Court.