WHY CHOOSE DIVORCE MEDIATION?
Save What is Most Important to You
Avoid the divorce war
Sometimes the only real winners are the attorneys. Mediation can save thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars.
Divorce in courtrooms is often a battleground, with painful, public, and costly legal fights. Divorce mediation can help couples divorce without the conflict and anxiety that can destroy family relationships. Child custody agreements can be negotiated between the two parents in a non-adversarial manner-- not in a courtroom war.
Less conflict & anxiety
Emotions run high in a divorce. A neutral, skilled mediator can help both parties reach decisions on their own, rather than through a 3rd party which can lead to more conflict and anxiety.
Firm counseling on tough issues with active participation by both parties leads to a divorce agreement that both parties are more likely to follow.
In a neutral environment, rational discussion with a certified Mediator can lead to win-win solutions. It is a confidential, informal process which leads to better communication, less hostility, and less stress for the parties.
Mediation with or without an attorney
Successful divorce mediations occur with or without the need for an attorney; however participants are welcome to use their own attorneys if they prefer. Many clients choose to have the final agreement reviewed by an attorney.
CLIENT SUCCESS STORIES
Testimonials from just some of the many satisfied clients Divorce and Mediation Center has had the privilege to work with.
You accomplished in 2 hours what we were not able to do in 8 hours with another mediator. We can’t thank you enough.
~Peter and Rebecca M.
Wow! Thank you for making this whole process much easier than we anticipated. I recommend you to anyone needing a divorce.
Effective, low stress, and very affordable! I highly recommend Mrs. Pearl for divorce.
Legal Divorce in Under 90 Days
Divorce in Under 90 days
Agreements in hours
WITH YOUR LIFE
Mediation participants are typically better able to move forward after a divorce as opposed to going through litigation.