Divorcing couples face a variety of difficult decisions about their family. Sometimes, these decisions may seem overwhelming. You will have to deal with questions like:
- How can I still be the best parent to my children?
- Where will I live? Where will my children live?
- How will I pay my bills?
- How will we divide all our property?
- How much child support will I pay/receive?
- Will I have to pay alimony? How much?
Divorce mediation gives you and your spouse a safe, confidential place to address these issues. Our trained mediators are there to guide you and your spouse through these tough decisions. The mediator is a neutral party, not a decision maker. The mediator will not side with a person, an issue, or a proposed solution. No outcome will be called right or wrong, better or worse. Instead, the mediator will simply ask questions and guide you through decision-making. When solutions are reached, the mediator will help you and your spouse draft a Mediation Agreement that reflects the decisions you reached together. The mediators will not be representing you or your spouse and their services end after the allotted time has expired.