In Divorce Mediation, the two of you meet together with a trained mediator to discuss and resolve all the important points you need for a complete agreement and possible divorce.
The mediator helps you by bringing up the necessary subjects, generating options, and keeping the conversation going during difficult moments. But the mediator does not decide anything; all decisions are made by the two of you.
By meeting together, you can make decisions much more quickly and much less expensively than by going to court. The cooperative, compromising nature of the mediation process works for most couples. It is especially effective for parents who want to make sure that their children are not harmed by a long, expensive, hateful court battle.
Most divorce mediations are completed within three to six months, at a cost that is far less than the usual fee of just one lawyer.
We answer some frequently asked questions about divorce mediation here.
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