Mediation FAQs

Divorce mediation is a process in which divorcing spouses try to negotiate an acceptable divorce agreement with the help of a neutral third party: the mediator. The mediator helps the spouses to communicate and negotiate but doesn't make any decisions for them.

In mediation, the neutral party has no power to make decisions.

Mediation can help to improve communication and make your future interactions a little bit easier and will effectively reduce the cost, time and stress involved.