How long does it take? Most divorce mediations take between one and three sessions. We meet together in my office or using the Zoom platform for 2-hour sessions. We schedule sessions 1-2 weeks apart so that you have time to gather the information you need between appointments. When we meet for our consultation your mediator…

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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 divorce lawyers or…

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The holiday season can be challenging during a separation, however, careful planning and communication with your former partner can help make the season a smooth one. Start planning early! I have noticed that conflict arises when parents wait until the last minute to arrange an event with the children. During the holidays our lives are…

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Is a simple, healthy and respectful divorce important to you and your family? Using a divorce 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…

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If you are thinking about a divorce, first consider the divorce mediation path. A neutral and qualified mediator can help you and your spouse divide the property, debts and parenting responsibilities peacefully and respectfully. Most mediations take only a few sessions using a quick and affordable process. The mediated divorce pathway is described by most…

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The key to a smooth divorce process is preparation. Your divorce mediator may ask you to gather documents from your marriage to prepare for your divorce. 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…

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Your family does NOT belong in court! Choosing to mediate your custody or child support plan is a simple, amicable, affordable and confidential way to resolve your legal issues. When mediating your parenting agreement you may want to consider the following: Parenting Agreement Checklist __ Parenting schedule, decisions and information __ Discipline and rules __…

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During divorce mediation, be prepared to share your financial information with your spouse. Sharing this information and becoming aware of each other’s financial picture can help you make better financial decisions for you and your family. If you need assistance in preparing this information, an accountant or certified divorce financial planner may be helpful. After…

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One of the most useful ways to help plan for your future is to prepare a Budget Worksheet. Utilizing a budget worksheet or spreadsheet can help you estimate and prepare for your expenses after separation. Most folks think budgeting is cumbersome or bothersome, but taking the time to calculate how much it will cost to move…

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