• Mutual Understanding – Helps each party deal with one another as a former partner facing a shared set of problems, rather than as an enemies facing combat.
  • Minimize Confict — Reinforces the authority of each party to negotiate and reach their own decisions about children, finances, and future lives.
  • Dignity and Respect — Centers discussions on detailed solutions that make sense to your lives rather than on a discussion of ‘rights’ and the ‘law’
  • Emotional Wellness – Learn strategies to manage the emotional stress inherent with the trauma of divorce.
  • Financial Wellness – Leave with a clear understanding of your financial needs.
  • Efficiency of Time & Cost — Reach a resolution in weeks or months rather than years at a fraction of the financial and emotional cost
  • Focus on Future – keeps discussions focused on plans for the future, rather than staying stuck rehashing the past
  • Compassionate Parenting — Helps parents work through practical details of how each will maintain and develop relationships with their children while living in separate households.
  • Teamwork — The mediator plays the role of a counselor and coach, not a participant, allowing parties to regain control over their lives, the process, and the outcome.