Family law mediation is one of several options available to help you and your spouse reach an agreement about finances and arrangements for the children.
However, in my experience, the concept of mediation is often misunderstood. In my role as a divorce consultant, I often need to clarify the process and how it works.
This guide will provide you with a good understanding of the process and what to consider if you’re thinking of using mediation for your divorce/separation. Having this information, will help ensure that you can make an informed decision as to whether mediation is the right option for you.
This guide is for you if you are:
separating and or going through divorce
need to resolve financial and/or children issues with your ex
have heard of mediation but don’t know how it works or if it’s suitable for you
If that sounds like you, then this guide is want you need.
You’ll receive valuable advice on:
what is family law mediation
how to choose a mediator
how to prepare for your mediation sessions
when mediation is not appropriate for you
what is a MIAM
what happens if mediation is successful
what happens if mediation isn’t successful
how a divorce consultant can help you in mediation