Divorce Mediation – How it Works

Divorce Mediation is a process where you and your spouse agree on all terms of your divorce, submit their financial information, and decide how they will live apart from one another. You may be a little apprehensive about the process of Divorce Mediation. After all, if there is going to be a mediation, then what’s the point? Divorce Mediation is used in every part of the country, including Long Island, and can help make the …

Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation is a professional alternative dispute resolution method to conventional litigation. A licensed divorce mediator assists couples identify, resolve, and agree on all the key issues that require resolving during a divorce. This will include time sharing, child custody/visitation, alimony, the division of assets and liabilities, and property settlement. This process is often extremely affordable for both parties. Divorce Mediation can also be beneficial for the children, their needs, their feelings, and their best …

Divorce Mediation Can Work For You

Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation Can Work For You

Divorce Mediation can mean the difference between a long and expensive divorce and a much smoother process that can result in an amicable divorce settlement. Divorce mediation is when a neutral third party mediator meets with a couple in the hopes of reaching agreements on all the issues in their divorce proceeding, without needing to go to court. In addition to this, mediation can be done discreetly between the …

Divorce Mediation and Divorce Litigation

Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation and Divorce Litigation

Divorce Mediation is a common alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes utilized by divorcing couples. Divorce mediation is a two-way interactive session in which each party conducts their own “offices” during the mediation session. Divorce Mediation is often a helpful tool to expedite the legal processes necessary for a divorce. Divorce Mediation can be an extremely helpful process to expedite the divorce process and get both parties to come to an …