What Does A Mediator Do?

A mediator is a neutral professional specially trained to help you and your spouse reach agreement about all the important legal issues relating to your divorce. A mediator is not a decision maker. As your mediator, I guide you through the divorce process. I answer your questions and help you understand the court system. I facilitate a productive discussion of the issues while maintaining a safe and respectful environment. I assist you in understanding each other’s needs, wants and concerns. I help you generate and consider creative options. If you have minor children, I help you create a comprehensive Parenting Plan which will increase your likelihood of parenting success after your divorce is final. And finally, I document your agreements in a Memorandum of Agreement.

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Posted On
Jan 26, 2011
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Marty

I found your site and decided to give divorce mediation a try. It has turned out to be the best decision. I am so glad I did. Thank you for all your wonderful words and insight. It has helped me more than you can know.

Posted On
Jan 05, 2012
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Divorce Mediation

You have the flexibility in mediation of taking time to consider how a decision will affect your family long term. You can try out agreements before you sign the final Divorce Agreement

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