Divorce mediation is an alternative to court litigation where divorcing spouses hire a neutral third party called a "divorce mediator" to help them resolve the disputes that may arise as they separate their lives, and reach a mutually agreeable settlement.
Family mediation is a non-adversarial dispute resolution process where an independent, professionally trained family mediator helps families resolve disputes concerning such topics as marriage, divorce, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, family businesses, elder care, and more.
Blended Family Mediation
Blended family mediation is a cooperative process where a professionally trained family mediator facilitates decision-making to resolve conflicts unique to blended families.
Same Sex Couples
Divorce mediation for Same Sex Couples can result in a mutually agreeable legal divorce agreement that addresses issues unique to same sex parenting.
Parent-Child Mediation offers an alternative method for parents and children to resolve disputes, while also educating family members how to resolve their own problems. Family members work toward mutually agreeable solutions without the involvement of courts or social service agencies.
Custody, Access and Child Support
Child Custody, Access and Child Support are some of the most emotionally-charged disputes, and are often better resolved through mediation. A non-adversarial process like mediation is less threatening, can offer a solution more quickly than a court trial can, and can help set up a cooperative and communicative relationship in the future.