The role of a divorce mediator is to facilitate the divorce process for you and your spouse. In so doing, a good mediator will provide insights and strategies to mitigate conflict and maximize your potential for moving on to the next chapter of your respective lives. A mediator will empower you and your spouse to reach agreement about the terms of your divorce in a more timely and less expensive way, as compared to the traditional process of divorce that occurs in the court system. Additionally, a mediator is entirely neutral and provides honest and forthright answers to your questions, even when those answers are difficult to hear. A mediator understands that honesty in communication is the only way to reach resolution of conflict. AMS Mediation achieves these goals by starting from a place of honesty and giving you impartial and accurate information about Minnesota divorce law and how it impacts you and your divorcing partner.

Why Divorce Mediation?

Divorcing couples who use the court system to finalize their divorces inevitably discover the slowness of the court system. Court calendars tend to be perpetually full, so divorcing couples often find that their cases move slowly in part because of schedules. In addition, divorcing couples often find that some divorce lawyers thrive on an adversarial approach to divorces. The court system also tends to cost much more than divorce mediation. When you work with AMS Mediation, you will find that we care about your circumstances, we have first-hand knowledge of the stress of divorce, and we will do everything we can to expedite the process so that you can begin to move forward.

Best Divorce Mediation Services

Another important component that defines the role of a good divorce mediator is instilling confidence in our clients. All legal matters can be complicated, and divorce is certainly known to have its share of complications. We can offer you expertise in our knowledge of Minnesota divorce law. Moreover, we have length and depth of experience in mediation, which means that you and your spouse have a better chance of resolving issues of conflict. Concluding that divorce is necessary can create feelings of failure, grief, and disappointment. It can also create intense anger and bitterness, often directed at your spouse, but sometimes directed inwardly. Whatever feelings divorce is creating for you, we want you to know that we care and understand and that we have the experience and expertise to give you the help you need to respond to divorce in a healthy way.

If you would like to schedule a 30-minute free consultation with us, please call us at 952.252.1492, or send an email to