What is Mediation?
Mediation is a method of conflict resolution that can help improve communication and allows you to arrive at a resolution contingent on your values given your unique circumstances. It is a confidential and less expensive option than the traditional route of trial and or hearings. Mediation is also a useful tool for a cooperative negotiation of prenuptial agreements, adoption agreements, and relationship agreements.
Mediation is confidential, effective, and empowering. Mediation is also faster than traditional litigation in almost all circumstances. Mediation can help parties reach longer-term resolutions than traditional litigation, with more satisfaction for each party.
In mediation, a mediator works as a neutral to help you constructively discuss and resolve the issues related to your divorce. The mediator doesn’t make decisions for you, and does not represent either party, but serves as a facilitator to help the parties determine the best outcome. Mediation can help to resolve conflicts around issues such as:
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