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A divorce can be comleted entirely through mediation, from start to finish. The Parties work together to reach a reasonable agreement that works for them. No dirty laundry, no retaliation, and no added anxiety.
Sometimes an existing agreement or court order just no longer works for you and your children. Mediation can assist you in reaching a Modification of Custody, Parenting Time and/or Child Support without ever going to court.
Legally establishing Paternity provides benefits to both parents as well as the child(ren). Paternity can be established by a Stipulated Paternity Agreement in which custody, parenting time and child support are all decided so that it fits YOU and YOUR CHILDREN'S needs.
Using a joint approach with a Mediator and a Child Advocate, the parties mediate with a true focus on the specific needs of YOUR children. The benefits are many. The children feel supported and heard throughout the process while keeping out of the legal conflict; Provides the parents an opporutnity to view the situation through the eyes of their children; Long Term studies show termendous benefit to children; Faster than litigation; confidential; and maintains parents' dignity and ability to control the outcome for their children.
Opening avenues of conversation and addressing future interest about finances, death and divorce can be assisted by a mediator. A final Mediated Pre-Nuptial (Pre-Marital) Agreement can help ensure fairness, establish realistic expectations, and outline financial obligations for both parties.
Family members of elderly parents, siblings or other family members want to do what's right for their loved one. But, sometimes agreement on how to best plan and care for the elderly loved one is not easily reached. Mediation works with all family members, including the elderly loved one, to find a long term, agreeable plan for his/her/their care.
Marital Mediation is not Marriage Counseling. Marriatal mediation works to find functional soltuions to ongoing issues and frustrations within a marriage.
A Co-Habitation Agreement is designed for those who intend to live todether but not get married. It is an Agreement designed to address financial, relationship, household, real estate and many other matters.