Divorce mediators are trained professionals skilled in helping spouses to set aside emotions and make rational decisions that will help to bring the marriage to a close in a way that is fair and equitable. The mediator is bound by professional ethics to provide an impartial, confidential service. Unlike a judge, a mediator can’t make decisions for you.
The mediation process is confidential and enables both spouses to have more direct control over the terms and conditions of their divorce agreement. In terms of time saved, a mediated divorce can take just three months to resolve, whereas an unmediated or litigated divorce can take one to two years, or more, to finalize.
Grounds For Divorce
Child’s Best Interest
Net Worth Statement