A mediated divorce is a completely voluntary form of alternative dispute resolution for couples wanting to divorce. The entire divorce mediation process is confidential, non-binding, and voluntary. Because of this, a mediated divorce can begin at any point during the divorce process. When you choose a mediated divorce, a neutral party (the mediator) will help you resolve your disputes outside of the courtroom.
Because a traditional divorce can be extremely draining—both emotionally and financially—many people are opting for a mediated divorce instead. One of the most appealing advantages of mediation is that you and your spouse retain control over the entire process. Through a mediated divorce, you and your spouse will have the opportunity to resolve your disputes on your own terms. This can help you save money, time, and emotional stress.
About the Divorce Mediation Process
Whether you’re in the middle of a dispute or you’ve only just started to consider a divorce, we can walk you through the divorce mediation process during a free consultation. Our ultimate goal is to help you and your spouse reach a settlement you can both live with without causing any more destruction to yourselves and your family in the process. We’ll help you reach a fair and acceptable agreement.