There are cost-effective and efficient ways to get a divorce instead of hiring an attorney and litigating. Divorce and custody mediation creates a safe and cooperative environment for parties to discuss emotional and substantive issues and participate in collaborative problem solving. They will open lines of communication and help the parties gain clarity and a better understanding of the interests of others.

What is mediation?

Mediation is a voluntary dispute resolution process that is designed to bring people in conflict together in a face-to-face meeting to find solutions to their differences. The meeting is facilitated by a trained and neutral conflict specialist called a "mediator". The parties will negotiate their own agreements. The mediation process allows the parties to maintain control of the decisions made and the final result. Instead of arguing against each other, they work together to find a solution that meets both your interests and the best interests of your children.

What kind of cases are mediated?

Mediation helps couples resolve the terms of their divorce by mediating the following:

(1) Custody and access of minors,
(2) Co-parenting arrangements,
(3) Divorce and separation,
(4) Child support,
(5) Spousal support,
(6) Coexistence agreements,
(7) Marriage agreements (prenuptial agreements),
(8) dissolution of the company, and
(9) Property settlements.

Does the mediation attorney represent me?

The mediation process allows the parties to maintain control of the decisions made and the final result. Instead of arguing against each other, they work together to find a solution that meets both your interests and the best interests of your children. The mediation attorney does not take sides, provide legal representation, or make a decision like a judge would. The mediation attorney guides the process and allows you to create your own solution. https://freeman-mediation.com/

What kind of cases can be mediated?

Couples can resolve the terms of their divorce through child custody and access mediation, co-paternity agreements, divorce and separation, spousal and child support, cohabitation agreements, prenuptial agreements, the dissolution of companies and property agreements.

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Mediation is a structured process during which a neutral third party (a mediator) helps those involved in disagreements or disputes to work to find a mutually acceptable agreement that allows all parties to take part. It is a voluntary process.