I am very open to the idea of mediation prior or in place of a typical divorce. My husband, however, although he says he will go along with mediation, has been in charge of the money and accounts for the 12 years of our marriage. Honestly, I'm not sure if I trust him to disclose everything in a fair way. So my question is what safeguards are in place in the mediation process to make sure that my husband will disclose everything. I know this sounds bad and maybe it means we should not be thinking about mediation. I'm sure an attorney can find out everything if we go the usual route of court divorce. What do you think? Thanks.
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