You’ve decided to end your marriage, but there are many other decisions to be made – the first and most important being how to do it.
The Method of Choice
Divorce mediation is rapidly becoming the divorce method of choice for couples across the nation.
Divorce mediation prevents the conflict and emotional fallout of a long court battle, as well as the tremendous expense for both parties involved. In a litigated divorce, you can expect to spend thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees and, at best, have limited control over the outcome. A judge will ultimately be the one who decides what to do with your house, your bank account, your pension and your children.
In contrast, divorce mediation offers all the same protections that attorney-assisted divorces offer, but with the added benefit of a non-adversarial process that puts you in control of what happens.
Studies show that mediated agreements are more likely to be honored than litigated settlements. Mediation is a time-tested approach to the resolution of separation, divorce and custody disputes, offering couples a more effective and equitable choice compared to litigated divorces.
How It Works