Even amicable divorces or other family law issues can become challenging to navigate when you to divide property or childcare duties on your own. Family law mediation is a process that allows both parties to meet with an unbiased divorce mediator who encourages you to work out the terms of your agreement without the need for an expensive courtroom battle.  Our attorneys are intimately familiar with the family laws and can help ensure your agreement is fair and all-encompassing.


The mediators at our firm facilitate discussion between both parties to help you resolve issues and finalize your family law case. Issues resolved in mediation include:

Divorce & Legal Separation

Custody & Parenting Plans

Valuation & Division of Property

Cohabitation Agreements

Child Support

Spousal Support

Premarital Agreements & Post Nuptial Agreements

Whether you are facing contested or uncontested issues, mediation is an excellent way to avoid the emotional and financial costs of court. Mediation has several benefits:

Mediation allows you to make decisions and create solutions that make the most sense for your family. If your case were to go to litigation, a judge would be making all the decisions for you.

You are able to work at your own pace. There are no court dates when you choose to work with a mediator. You may take as many or as few sessions as needed to resolve the issues you are facing.

Unlike traditional litigation, all of your family matters will remain private during mediation.

During mediation, each party will exchange information and utilize productive, non-adversarial techniques to arrive at an agreement. The mediators in our law firm may also help refer certain aspects of your case to other professionals such as appraisers, accountants and mental health experts to provide additional support to the family during the mediation process.

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