Divorce is a process that involves a lot of psychological and emotional involvement. When faced with a divorce, most couples find it hard to communicate and often seek refuge in courts of law. Divorce mediation seeks to help divorcing couples face the challenges encountered during the divorce proceedings and help them avoid having to go through the costly and tedious process of a court battle.
Divorce mediation is a process by which divorcing couples establish communication through the help of an impartial third party. Through divorce mediation, couples come up with a binding agreement on how to handle particular issues during and after the divorce. Solicitors recommend divorce mediation as the first step in a divorce procedure. Before moving to court, it is advisable to seek divorce mediation services first.
We are a company that offers expert and professional divorce mediation services to our customers. Our services are positive and solution based. We endeavor to leave both parties satisfied.
Our main aim is to establish communication between the spouses. We give the couple a platform to communicate and agree on the mitigating issues. If the couple cannot reach an agreement, that’s we intervene and help them come up with a binding agreement.
The couple controls the major decision points so the process takes less time compared to a court process. This might vary from case to case depending on the number of issues to be deliberated on and the willingness of the couple to arrive at a decision
The couple might wish to withhold details about the divorce specifics from the public. This might not be possible in the courtroom. We handle the process with a lot of professionalism and give the couple’s confidentiality the priority.
Seeking divorce mediation service saves on attorney fees. It’s estimated that divorce mediation service is five times less costly than a court battle.
The couple understands the needs of their children best so any decision reached through a divorce meditation service is likely to be in the interest of the children. Furthermore, an agreement is reached when both parties are satisfied. Unlike a court case where the couple has to follow the judge’s decision. As a matter of fact, most court case results in a lose-lose situation.