For some couples, the lengthy time spent alone together during this pandemic has brought up or exacerbated partnership issues. Have you and your spouse been considering a divorce? Now might be the time to add mediation to your New Year resolutions. Mediation offers a kinder, simpler way to divorce in which both parties achieve an acceptable ending to their marriage.
If mediation is a new term for you, a good place to start is to learn about it together. Success depends on both of you understanding the process of mediation and the reasons it may be better for you. If children are involved, mediation is especially helpful. It will help you concentrate on what is best for the family, work through unresolved issues and avoid large legal fees and complex court procedures.
And if divorce is not one of your issues, you might consider using mediation for numerous other conflicts.
Here’s how Mediation Works:
In the case of divorce, if both of you agree to mediation, a professional mediator will guide you through every step of the process and help lead you to a fair and supportive resolution. Under the mediator’s guidance, the couple makes the important decisions. Mediation offers:
- A safe, relaxed, non-judgmental environment
- Exploration of all options
- No court appearances or large legal fees
- Resolution of all issues to provide a quick and workable settlement
For more than 25 years A Fair Way Mediation has helped couples work through and solve all their important divorce issues including:
- Retirement distribution
- Property Division
- Spousal and Child Support
- Visitation and Custody
- Debt Repayment
Mediation is also a valuable tool for HOA Disputes, Family Disputes, Landlord/Tenant Disputes – in fact any conflicts that are best solved by working with a neutral third party.
Choose in-person sessions or opt for video chat sessions like Zoom or FaceTime. Complete our online request for a free online evaluation. Receive a free 30-minute consultation at www.afairway.com or call 760-227-5090/619-702-9174. Offices in Coachella Valley and San Diego, California.