Divorce and Separation Mediation
Couples work together with a mediator to reach agreements regarding parenting issues and schedules, financial issues such as child support, division of property, spousal maintenance, tax implications and others.
Family mediations typically result in the long-term improvement of relationships between the family members.
The creation of a Domestic Partnership Agreement protects unmarried families not covered under the traditional domestic relationship (marriage) laws, as well as offering stability if the partnership were to break-up.
Who Should Use Mediation?
Anyone who desires a more amicable, friendly process should use mediation. If you are considering Separation, Divorce or are having difficulties in your marriage, domestic partnership or with other family issues, mediation should be your process option choice. Benefit from the process that allows flexibility, ownership for decisions, choice and positive results. If there are safety issues regarding domestic violence, restraining orders, issues with addictions or mental health issues, please click on the link below to learn about other process choice options or call/email us to discuss your options. We take keeping people safe and empowered very seriously.
Mediation and Other Process Options
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• Pro family
• Less expensive
• Working together
• Facilitated by a mediator
• Up to you
• One size does not fit all
• For anybody