If You’re Considering Divorce
Divorce & Family Mediations knows the financial and emotional hardships that come with a litigated divorce. We are here to help you take control of your future and avoid the emotionally and financially exhaustive process that so many go through at the end of a marriage. Our goal is to assist you in creating a Mediated Settlement Agreement.
A Mediated Settlement Agreement:
- Helps reduce expenses of the divorce process
- Gives you control over your divorce timeline
- Nurtures constructive relationships and a path towards a healthier future
- Allows you to thoroughly understand the agreement you make with your spouse because you have been in command
Why You Should Choose Divorce & Family Mediations
A non-adversarial divorce
A mediated divorce through Divorce & Family Mediations will provide you with the guidance, assistance, and tools to co-parent your children, divide property and cope with the emotions involved when unwinding your marriage.
On the other hand, a litigated divorce requires both parties to hire lawyers, creating unnecessary financial expense and unresolved, combative feelings.
See the difference (in the chart below) between a litigated divorce and the Divorce and Family Mediations process.
In a litigated divorce, an unnecessary part of the marital finances is redirected to legal expenses. Divorce & Family Mediations focuses on preserving a working relationship with your partner, making sure you both get to keep your assets and save thousands of dollars.
A positive co-parenting foundation
Protecting your children from parental conflict during and after your divorce can make a huge difference in your children’s emotional and social development. We aim to help you create a plan that will make the process easier for them now and in the future.
The counselors at Divorce & Family Mediations provide an opportunity for parents to address difficult emotions while learning communication skills necessary for becoming engaged and cooperative co-parents. By allowing parents to learn and practice their new skills in a safe and confidential setting, each parent will have the space to maneuver the emotional difficulties of their new roles. Being great co-parents creates a healthy environment for the children and is the goal of everyone on our team.