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Turning Change Into Opportunity

Decide Your Own Future Through Mediation

Why take divorce and parenting matters to a court when you can enter into agreements yourselves? All families are different and you know better than anyone else what will work for you and your family.

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Telephone: ipakita impo ugnayan / ipakita impo ugnayan (some evening and weekend consults available)
Also providing divorce and family law services and wills, powers of attorney and living wills

Lower Cost

Entering into your own agreements is often the most cost-effective method in divorce and family law matters. Contested litigation, on the other hand, can easily run up thousands of dollars in expenses. Even worse, contested litigation also tends to run up negative feelings which impact your future ability to resolve issues.

My philosophy

It is best to decide divorce, separation and parenting matters for yourselves than to have a court decide for you. Though you may have difficulty communicating with the other party, you know best what will work for you and your family. It is not unusual for those involved in divorce or family law matters to have difficulty communicating civilly with each other. However, civil communication is a prerequisite to reaching consensus. A mediator can assist you in reaching the best resolution by facilitating communication.

do so for many years to come.

How Mediation Works

Mediation can be scheduled at your convenience, however often works well with weekly one-hour sessions. You can customize the mediation experience. If you prefer longer and/or more frequent sessions in an attempt to reach faster resolution, that is an option as well. Sessions can be scheduled during lunch, or on evenings or weekends if that works best for you.

Sessions are broken down into topics where decisions are necessary and parties can take as much or as little time on each subject as it takes to reach full or partial resolution. Examples of topics are:

" New separate household income and expenses
" Child and spousal support
" Asset and debt division
" Custodial responsibility (AKA custody)
" Parenting Time (AKA visitation)
" Relocation
" Any issues that you would like to discuss

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