There are various ways couples may reach the decision to engage in the divorce mediation process. Often they are referred by other clients or professionals, including family therapists, marriage counselors or other lawyers that do not practice family law or mediation. Mediation is a voluntary process, and both of the parties must have agreed that this is the process that they want to use to resolve the crucial matters in their divorce, including child custody, child support, spousal support and the division of assets and debts.
Some people may contact Mediation Advantage Services after reading about mediation on the internet, and finding our firm. As we have served in over 2,000 mediations, we are highly qualified to work with couples in this important process, saving them the stress and costs of a court battle. You can read more about the path to mediation by accessing that chapter in our e-book, or calling us directly.