Mediation & Collaborative Divorce
- Decreases negative feelings and misunderstandings by identifying each party’s goals and concerns. Learning to communicate around difficult issues can improve your future with less conflict and easier problem-solving, which is especially important if you have children together.
- Offers flexibility by finding solutions that work for your unique situation without the limitations of the court system. You are in control of the process and outcome.
- Protects your privacy by moving the negotiations from a public courtroom to a private space. Mediation meetings are confidential.
- Works with your schedule instead of the court’s overburdened calendar, which sometimes delays resolutions considerably.
- Conserves resources. Litigation is also costly, so in addition to saving time, you are also likely to save money. Typically, both parties share the cost of mediation.