Divorcing couples who agree on everything from property division to ongoing support, may want to write their own agreement to avoid the hassle and cost of seeking legal counsel. While completely understandable, agreeing to a divorce settlement without legal advice is not a good idea and can result in long term consequences. It is always […]
When to Consider Divorce Mediation
Mediation is a process where couples work with a neutral third party trained in conflict resolution and family law to reach an agreement on issues surrounding their divorce. These issues may include making decisions about marital property division, alimony, child custody and support, a family business or other issues unique to your case. Although divorce […]
Legal Experience Matters in Divorce Mediation
Divorcing couples typically look to mediation when they feel that they can reach an agreement but want help working through all the issues. Mediation may also be ordered by the court if there are child custody and visitation disagreements. During mediation, a mediator serves as a neutral party facilitator to help couples who wish to […]
What is Divorce Mediation?
A mediator is a neutral third party that helps individuals resolve disputes through compromise and settlement rather than through litigation. We believe that Divorce Mediation and the Collaborative Divorce process are two options that are available to resolve your divorce without having costly child custody battles. Mediation also minimizes the acrimony that divorcing couples often […]