Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process (ADR). It is an alternative to the traditional approach of lawyers and litigation.
In family mediation, a professionally trained professional, known as a mediator, helps to facilitate a resolution between you and your ex regarding all of your family issues such as equalization, the matrimonial home, spousal and child support, parenting time, decision making responsibilities and more.
The mediator will remain neutral and unbiased at all times while helping both of you negotiate yourselves.
Mediation is a voluntary process that both parties must agree to. The parties maintain total control over the resolution and what agreement comes out of mediation.
It is important that both parties enter mediation in good faith with a view to resolve their issues.
Mediation saves on average most people approximately 75% on legal fees. In addition, most mediation matters are resolved in under 9 months, as opposed to the 24 plus months it takes with litigation.
If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you may benefit from speaking with a divorce mediator.
Are you looking for an affordable divorce?
Do you want a faster approach to divorce?
Do you want to avoid court and a lengthy and bitter court battle?
Do you want your marriage to end amicably?
Do you want a positive co-parenting relationship with your ex?
Do you want to make your divorce easier on your children?
Do you want to make your own decisions?
Are you willing to enter negotiation discussions in good faith and with a view to settling matters?
Are you able to be civil with your ex?
Will you be able to follow the stipulations of a separation agreement you and ex agree on?
If you are ready for mediation with Marian, Click the button below to fill out the Mediation Intake Form.
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