An experienced mediation attorney will help you work through all the issues associated with ending your marriage.
- Child Custody and Parenting Time
- Legal Decision-Making for your children
- Child Support
- Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)
- How property and debts should be divided
A divorce mediator is neutral and doesn’t “work” for either party. That means the mediator can not give advice to either party. They must remain impartial no matter what the situation.
If both parties are able to work together well the process could be concluded in as little as ninety (90) days. Whereas a typical divorce can take as long as eighteen (18) months or more. Costs vary depending on the number of sessions required, but you could expect to pay 1/3 the cost of an average court mandated divorce proceeding which would continue to grow to over the course of all the courts dates required to obtain a final decree.
Yes. A traditional divorce is public domain. Divorce mediation is confidential, private and conducted behind closed doors. Mediation is about working jointly without contention, and making decisions together to keep the focus on the best interests of you and your children. There aren’t attorneys battling with each other, pointing fingers and trying to make the other spouse look bad in front of the judge to gain an advantage.
The judge doesn’t get to decide what is right for your family, you do, but once decided and agreed upon the mutual agreement is enforceable in a court of law!
Our team of experienced divorce mediation attorneys will help you manage the dissolution of your marriage with dignity and respect which is an obvious benefit when you have children to consider.
We can help you, call us today.