Confined and in conflict?

Living with a spouse with a high conflict personality or attempting to co-parent with your ex is extremely challenging right now. The good news is mediation will help you resolve these issues before it gets worse. Now is the best time to start. In states like Pennsylvania, the courts are closed to lawyers or open…

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WHY USE ONLINE MEDIATION?

ONLINE MEDIATION Using an online platform will help you work through your family law matters no matter where you are geographically located. SAVE TIME Mediation conferences can be scheduled in the privacy of your own home or office and at a time that fits into your busy life.  The Zoom app is free to download…

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MEDIATION: Is it Right for Me?

Do I have to go to court? No! In Pennsylvania you have a few options, one option is to hire separate attorneys and go to court. This option will result in a decree, however, it will involve several years in the court system and tens of thousands of dollars. A better option is to mediate…

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HOW TO TALK TO YOUR SPOUSE ABOUT MEDIATION

You may want to use the mediation process for your situation but are not sure how to approach the subject with your partner or significant other. Perhaps the mediation process sounds like a good choice for your family but having the initial conversation may be difficult. Chances are, it may already be challenging to have…

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SAVE MONEY: Mediate

How do we save money? Often folks would prefer to save money and keep afloat financially during a difficult process. During mediation, we have a conversation about income and expenses and how to have financial peace. We gather information to help you make decisions about your finances during the process. Here are a few tips…

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3 SIMPLE STEPS

Is a simple, healthy and respectful process important to you and your family? Using a mediator can be an efficient, cost-effective solution. We make this possible in three simple steps: Meet We meet for one or more mediation sessions to discuss important topics, such as the family home, bank accounts, vehicles, and children. We simply…

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CHOOSE YOUR PATH

A neutral and qualified mediator can help you and your spouse distribute responsibilities peacefully and respectfully. Most mediations take only a few sessions using a quick and affordable process. The mediated pathway is described by most as an amicable, simple, and efficient method. Pennsylvania has an option that allows couples to use a simple process.…

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PREPARE YOURSELF

The key to a smooth mediation process is preparation. Your mediator may ask you to gather documents to prepare for your session. These documents should include property and debts owned both individually and together. Your mediator will ask you questions, such as the date acquired, how the property is titled and the approximate value of…

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PEACEFUL PROCESS

Private Path What does a peaceful process look like? In Pennsylvania, we have a mediation process for couples. This option eliminates the expense and time required for one spouse to formally blame the other spouse in court.  Couples can choose to keep their families’ private information and “dirty laundry” out of court and out of…

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HEALTHY PROCESS

Who are healthy mediation support professionals? Mediation divorce support professionals are experts that help families navigate the mediation process. We are committed to offering a healthier process and understand the importance of a peaceful path. Here are a few professionals that may help you gather the information you need to make informed decisions for you…

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