Mediation has now become an integral part of the path for divorce in almost all states.
Why? Because it allows the people involved to make joint decisions about themselves and their children. Most courts
have recognized this by requiring mediation to take place before the matter can even come before the judge for trial.
It is a process that puts the family first, with full self-determination and empowerment reserved for the parties
themselves, not attorneys and not the court.
Some of the many attributes of the mediation process in divorce and family matters are:
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- Setting your own schedule for meetings and negotiations
- Picking your own mediator by mutual agreement
- Lower legal fees
- Direct communications between the parties, without the additional cost for letters and calls between lawyers filtering those conversations
- Use of attorneys when needed
- Control of the process in its entirety
- Creating an agreement that fits the needs of your family rather than being confined to the pigeon-holing of the court system
- A more human and humane approach
- The ability to continue relationships for the benefit of yourself and the family