Divorce Mediation; a better path forward

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Divorce is never easy. It’s a time of intense emotions, upheaval, and uncertainty.

But when it comes to dividing property and determining child custody, the process can be even more overwhelming. As a divorce and family lawyer who has worked with numerous clients going through divorce, I understand just how daunting it can be.

But what many people don’t realize is that there’s a better way.

Mediation offers a path forward that prioritizes cooperation over conflict, allowing you and your spouse to work together to find solutions that work for both of you.

Here’s what you should know:

  1.  Mediation offers a path forward that is focused on cooperation, communication, and compromise (the 3 C’s). Rather than entering into a contentious court battle, mediation allows you and your spouse to work together to find solutions that are fair and equitable for both parties.
  2. When it comes to child custody and parenting time, mediation can be especially beneficial. By prioritizing the best interests of the children, rather than each parent’s individual desires, you can create a plan that truly works for your family. This can be particularly important for children, who may feel like they have little control over the situation.
  3. At the same time, mediation can help reduce the emotional trauma of divorce. By avoiding a court battle, you can spare your children from the stress and anxiety that often comes with such proceedings.


Of course, mediation is not a one-size-fits-all solution. But for many families, it can be a lifeline during a difficult time.

If you’re considering divorce, or already in the process, I urge you to explore the benefits of mediation. Please reach out if you’re interested in finding out how mediation can specifically work in your situation.


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