What is Mediation?
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution, where two or more parties can resolve a dispute without having to go to court. Mediation is a confidential, voluntary process that is quickly becoming a popular alternative to litigation. During mediation, you and all involved work with a mediator?a neutral third party?to reach an agreeable resolution. Mediation is a swifter, more private, and less destructive process.
The Advantages of Mediation
Litigation can be time consuming, stressful, and costly for all involved, but mediation is different. Mediation can be a fraction of the cost of litigation and can help you resolve a dispute in a fraction of the time as well. Because of the neutral and unbiased nature of mediation, you can resolve your dispute on your own terms. You and your spouse retain control of the communication throughout the process and the final agreement. With mediation, no one ?wins? or ?loses?. Rather, you work toward an agreement that you can accept and live with, allowing you to move on with your life much sooner.
?A Better Divorce? Through Mediation
A divorce through litigation can take a toll on you and all involved, both emotionally and financially. Mediation is a much more cost-and-time efficient, civil way to work toward a mutually-agreeable divorce settlement. Throughout the divorce mediation process, we?ll help you communicate, express your concerns, and eventually reach an agreeable divorce settlement. My goal is to help limit the damage to all involved. A divorce without destruction is entirely possible.