Common ground for the peaceful divorce
Conflict doesn't have to be inevitable. A professional mediator can help you and your partner explore options and search for solutions in a spirit of cooperation.
During mediation you will have the opportunity to discuss and resolve disputes with the help of an impartial facilitator. The process is private, respectful and efficient, helping you to reach agreements before relationships ae irreparably damage or things escalate into legal action. Even if legal action has already been initiated, mediation is useful for people seeking a more effective way to resolve disputes.
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What a mediator does
Mediator facilitates communication and understanding. As an impartial third person, a mediator makes sure both parties can express themselves and be heard, without coercion or fear.
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Through mediation, we will work together to resolve issues such as:
Getting involved with the courts can be a costly, destructive, frustrating and time-consuming nightmare; and can last for years. The expenses involved have the potential to wipe out the family assets, and the process creates division and hostility, affecting not just the lives of the divorcing couple, but also the children, family, friends and others.
Mediation could be your key to a peaceful, cost-effective settlement in which everyone wins. Check out the answers to these frequently asked questions about mediation.
When should you consider Mediation?
The mediation process is much less stressful than any court process and benefits both parties. In addition to removing the litigious process, both parties get more of what they want!
The mediation process requires patience and cooperation. Through a series of meetings each issue is discussed, issues are narrowed down until hopefully all matters have been resolved. The mediator may meet with you individually as well as together while identifying the issues and assisting with resolution of the issues. In mediation, you control the outcome of the process. In litigation the judge makes the decision which may not be a satisfactory outcome for either or both parties.
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