Out Of Court Divorce
The Mediation Process For An Out Of Court Divorce
Because no two out of court divorce disputes are ever the same, the mediation process differs each time. When it comes to divorce mediation, the process may involve one session or eight. However long or short the dispute, the process typically follows the same pattern: first meeting, initiating the legal proceeding, exchanging information, gathering opinions from experts, negotiating a settlement, reviewing independently, and finalizing the settlement.
The Advantages of Mediation For An Out Of Court Divorce
Mediation gives you the unique opportunity to take matters into your own hands instead of giving attorneys and a judge control. Through the divorce mediation process, you and your spouse will be given opportunities to communicate all of your needs and concerns in a safe and private environment to reach an out of court divorce settlement. The mediation process is typically less time consuming, less costly, and less emotionally draining than the litigation process.
About Eric Piety, MA: Divorce Mediator
As an experienced and trained divorce mediator, Eric can help you reach an out of court divorce settlement through the mediation process. Our overall goal through mediation is to help you and your spouse limit the amount of damage to yourselves and each other. We?ll work with each of you in a confidential environment to help you reach an agreement on your own terms.