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  Divorce Mediation


Mediation is efficient, effective and completely confidential. It empowers you and your spouse with the ability to work together to make the right decisions for the betterment of you and your family. This empowerment is extremely important if you have complex issues such as children or significant marital property. Communication is the key to resolving your issue.  Mediation allows parties to communicate in a logical and proven manner in a comforting and trusting environment.


What You Should Know About Divorce Mediation:


The typical result is a complete resolution of the conflict, developed by the separating couple for their benefit with significantly reduced cost and effort when compared to litigation.  Depending on the complexity of the issues involved, a complete resolution can occur in just a few short mediation sessions.  Compare this to the possibility of years in courtroom litigation.


Steps of the Mediation Process:


  1. Contact Philadelphia Mediation.
  2. Mediate or Litigate:  Determine if divorce and mediation are right for you.  Philadelphia Mediators will work with each party to determine the readiness to dissolve your marriage.
  3.  Make a Plan: Mediators will help you plan a healthy and complete divorce.  The mediation process can be quick and usually works in as little as 1-3 months, or at a comfortable pace set by you.
  4. Assessment: Complete a full assessment of your needs, problems, current legal and financial situation and goals.
  5. Mediation: Mediators will talk with the parties about current divorce law, common solutions, problem solving techniques and typical courtroom resolutions.  Mediators will assess, confirm and work with the parties to develop a complete resolution to the current conflict.
  6.  Drafting: A marital separation agreement or property settlement agreement will be developed through discussion and one-on-one involvement.  Additional QDROs, Child Custody Agreements and other needed paperwork will be created and approved.
  7. Finalize: Philadelphia Mediation will walk you through the final steps of the divorce process; typically using the 90-day divorce provision under Pennsylvania Divorce Law.
  8. Follow-up.  The mediators at Philadelphia Mediation are always there for you, even after the process is complete.  Feel free to call us with any questions or if further mediation is needed.



  Philadelphia Mediation

All of our Mediators are
barred attorneys, licensed to practice in the areas and jurisdiction where the mediation will take place.

Our Mediators are also members of the Pennsylvania Counsel of Mediators among other mediation and dispute resolution associations.

Mediators have multiple years of experience in negotiation and litigation in the specific practice areas relevant to your current conflict.

Philadelphia Mediation works closely with therapists, doctors, government agencies and other support staff to provide the services you need for a successful closure of your dispute. 

Since our mediators are licensed attorneys we can also fully conclude all your matters with professionally developed contracts, court filings, and other legal documents.

Contact Us now for a cost free consultation.

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