When you and your partner or spouse find yourselves heading down the divorce road, if handled correctly, mediation can work through your impasses in a timely and cost-effective manner without going to court.
Mediation can be the perfect process for resolving divorce. It allows each client to be heard in a non-judgmental and neutral setting and for out-of-the-box thinking to help facilitate viable divorce solutions.
Elevated mediation is our most comprehensive mediation service because it includes a neutral professional from each discipline – financial, mental health, and lawyer experts trained in the collaboration process.
Each neutral professional takes on different roles during the mediation divorce process.
If a couple’s discussion stalls or has issues with communication, this mediation model allows them to meet alone with a family divorce coach to work on their communication skills or work out details of a parenting plan while keeping their children’s best interests in mind. Once a co-parenting plan is agreed upon, the attorney can formally memorialize it.
For example, a financial mediator is called in to help clients understand their financial landscape in a transparent and neutral environment. This can help improve the trust level between spouses. This neutral mediator helps raise confidence that financial concerns will be resolved fairly. They can thoroughly explain the family’s finances to both spouses before reaching an agreement. The elevated mediation process ensures you each will be heard and protected, financially.
Our team at Family Divorce Solutions is comprised of experienced, licensed and trained attorneys, neutral mediators, and mental health and financial professionals. Our goal is to get both parties together and quickly come to a solution without going to court.
Contact us today to see how our team of traditional divorce mediators can help you and your spouse work together to resolve your marital differences.
Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal/financial/tax/or mental health advice. You should work with your attorney, financial, mental health or tax professional to determine what will work best for your situation.