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Why Mediate?

"We need to consider moving some cases from trial by battle in the courtroom, to mediation.
Divorce, child custody are prime candidates."
–Honorable Warren E. Burger, Former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

The Benefits of Mediation

Mediation is a common sense approach to divorce because of the many benefits it offers.


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While minimizing stress between parents, Mediation allows you to spare your children from the stress and anxiety associated with a contested divorce.


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Mediating a divorce or other family matter is less costly than using the courts, both emotionally and financially.


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We help resolve your matters in months rather than years. We are with you every step of the way, guiding you from start to finish through our 5 step process.


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With the help of your Mediator, you and your spouse determine the scheduling, pace, and final outcome of your divorce.


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All meetings and negotiations are done privately in the confines of our conference rooms or secure online video conference, NOT court rooms open to the public.


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All our Mediators are highly trained neutrals committed to helping you reach a resolution that is fair to both you and your spouse.