Divorce Mediation at our mediation center involves working with a mediator to assist you through the discussion of important issues that affect your life and your family’s lives. These issues include custody, parenting time (visitation), child support, spousal support, property distribution, and the distribution of retirement plans. If necessary we will work with financial planners, real estate appraisers, child therapists, business appraisers, and actuaries for pension evaluations.
Blended Families have the highest rate of divorce. Mediating new roles, expectations and issues of conflict can help avoid commonly destructive forces between spouses and new family members.
Co-parenting plans after a divorce.
With couples marrying later and multiple marriages, having a pre-nuptial agreement is a smart decision. If handled poorly, these can end a relationship. Mediation is the best way to enter into a pre-marital agreement with both parties coming to an agreement that is best suitable to them.
Pet Visitation Schedules:
Don’t forget your precious pets during divorce or separation. They don’t have to end up with one “parent”. Instead, setting up a formal agreement about shared visitation can be as detailed as some people make for their children.
For people who love their pets, putting your pet’s interest first will make a better life for everyone.