Get on the path to results today by creating your separation agreement in a safe space.
We know that negotiating your separation agreement can sometimes be overwhelming. We are dedicated to helping you in a language that you can understand. If you don't feel like you understand your options, ask, and we will work to find an explanation that works for you. Family Mediation can be confusing. We understand that. We can explain your divorce mediation so that you understand the whole process, from beginning to end.
The first step is to work with you towards creating a separation agreement to get the results you and your family need. We will craft a path to success through our understanding of the law and your understanding of the circumstances. Family mediation offers a results-oriented solution for your family. Divorce mediation does not have to be conflictual.
Don't wait! Contact us for a free phone consultation on how we can help you negotiate your separation agreement. Let us help you figure out your best next steps are. The sooner you have a plan of action, the sooner you can heal. Family mediation can provide a safe and private place for you to work on your resolution. Divorce mediation does not have to be difficult or costly.
Choosing your process options may include looking at Family Mediation, Collaborative Law, Traditional Negotiation and Litigation. If our world seems confusing to you we'd be happy to talk to you about the process differences. While negotiating your separation agreement, we simplify your understanding so that you can make an informed choice as to how you would like to proceed. Contact us for a complimentary 30-minute session to discuss your process options.
People chose family mediation for a combination of three reasons. Mediation is less expensive than other process options. It can be faster, and divorce mediation also defuses conflict. If you want to learn more about this process, please go to our Family Mediation tab.
The biggest difference between Collaborative Law and Family Mediation is that you will have your lawyer with you during your financial negotiations to more fully understand your rights and obligations from a legal perspective. Read more about the Collaborative process here if you are considering the Collaborative Law process to negotiate your separation agreement.