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  • What is Mediation?
    Mediation is voluntary intervention of an unbiased third party to assist in resolving a dispute in a way that benefits all parties involved. We focus predominantly in the field of divorce and the avenues that stem from that: Family Planning, custody, spousal support, and post-decree disagreements.
  • Why would someone need a mediator?
    Mediation is a way to avoid litigation as part of the divorce process. By utilizing a neutral third party you can settle all matters revolving finances, family planning, and property while still giving all parties a sense of victory on the decisions made.
  • What kind of training/qualifications does a mediator have?
    Mediators can come from a variety of backgrounds. In order to be state recognized you must complete coursework through a mediation training course. In the end mediators come from a variety of fields including Law, Social Work, Communications, and other backgrounds dealing with conflict resolution.
  • What is the difference between mediation and arbitration?
    The main difference between the two is that in arbitration the third party declares a winner in the conflict. However, the goal in mediation is to create a plan that benefits both parties and their families.
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