Divorcing spouses meet with a neutral third party (the mediator), with the goal of reaching an acceptable, amicable settlement agreement, agreed upon by both parties.
The mediator facilitates communication between spouses in a safe, non-threatening environment to ensure each party is heard and mutual decisions are reached.
The mediator will work to understand your unique family dynamics, and bring knowledge, experience, and new ideas to the table. The result is a faster resolution and smoother transition into the next chapter of your life.
By choosing mediation over going to court, your divorce settlement becomes something you get a say in, rather than decided for you by an impersonal and potentially biased judge.
As an out and proud member of the LGBT community for my entire adult life, I’m passionate about helping others navigate the difficult process of divorce. I have tailored my approach to better serve the unique and complex needs of the LGBT community so that each party walks away feeling satisfied with the outcomes we’ve achieved.Read more
No Spousal support.
OR Child Support.
And Child Support.