Mediation/Collaborative Divorce In Bloomfield
Whether you are the one leaving the marriage or the person being left, the end of a marriage provokes high emotion, feelings of disappointment, failure, and diminished self-esteem. In addition, there may be power struggles that do not end just because the marriage is about to end. In mediation, the parties use the services of a single neutral party who is not allowed to give legal advice to either party. Collaborative Divorce Law allows each party to use a certified collaborative divorce practitioner, and all of the parties work to reach an agreement. Once an agreement is reached, both collaborative attorneys withdraw, and the parties may the select new attorneys for any litigation or to simply process the divorce.
- What’s It Like At A Mediation Session?
- Mediating Parenting-Time Issues
- What Is Mediation?
- Who Is Mediation Best Suited For?
- How Long Does Mediation Generally Take?
Mediation and Collaborative divorce can help reduce the anxiety and allow the parties to dissolve the marriage with respect and dignity while making the future well-being of their family the highest priority.
Cassandra T. Savoy is an experienced mediator and collaborative practitioner. Call her to schedule a consultation about mediation or the collaborative process.
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