Divorce mediation is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process that couples can use when the two parties are unable to come to an agreement on one or more divorce-related issues such as division of assets and debts, alimony, and child custody. Divorce mediation is a voluntary process, meaning that neither party is required to participate. The process is confidential, and all information shared during the mediation sessions is not admissible in court.
At National Family Mediation Service in Brentwood, our divorce mediators are trained professionals who are committed to helping couples navigate the divorce process. Our mediators will provide a safe and neutral environment to help the two parties work together to come to an agreement that is fair and equitable.
Divorce mediation typically involves a series of meetings with a mediator and both parties. During the meetings, the mediator will help the two parties work through their issues and come to agreements that are fair and equitable. In most cases, the mediator will provide guidance and assist in facilitating conversations between the two parties, but they are not legally allowed to give legal advice or make decisions for the couple.
The goal of divorce mediation is for the two parties to reach agreements on all divorce-related issues without having to take their case to court. This can be beneficial for both parties as it can help them save money and avoid the hassle of a lengthy legal battle.
Divorce mediation offers a variety of benefits for couples who are going through a divorce. These benefits include:
There are many advantages to choosing Brentwood Divorce Mediation for divorce proceedings. These include:
If you are interested in Brentwood Divorce Mediation, the first step is to find a qualified mediator. The National Family Mediation Service in Brentwood has experienced mediators who specialize in divorce mediation and can help you through the process. Once you have chosen a mediator, you will need to attend an initial consultation session to discuss your case and decide if mediation is the right option for your situation. The mediator will then work with both parties to reach an agreement.