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Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation is used now more than ever. It’s not the mediator’s job to decide who is right or wrong. A family law mediator does not force the disputing parties to reach agreement or to accept particular settlement terms, the parties forge their own agreement. The mediator helps each side to better understand their situation. The mediator fosters a problem-solving atmosphere and lessens the temptation to engage in unproductive behavior. Call us if you need help figuring out child support or custody today. 

Divorce Mediation Neutral handles divorce and custody cases regarding child custody mediation. Child support and custody mediation. Call today! 818-402-7500

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95% of cases that begin with litigation end up settling in mediation. The mediator’s roll is to facilitate communication between the parties (a referee if you will). During divorce mediation sessions, parties discuss the dispute with the assistance of the mediator. In most cases, the parties and the mediator (or co-mediator) are the only people present, although parties may choose to have a representative with them. Most mediation sessions last two hours and many divorce settlements are reached after just a few sessions. Call us today for a free 15 minute consultation at (818) 402-7500.

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