DIVORCE COLLABORATIVE MEDIATION
Divorce collaborative mediation is affordable, respectful, transparent, private and confidential
A divorce attorney mediator, a divorce financial mediator and, if you have minor children, a divorce family mediator work in concert to help you and your spouse through the entire divorce process in an affordable, respectful, private, confidential and timely manner.
A divorce financial mediator who is both a CPA and CDFA will help you prepare and document your required disclosures, characterize your property and debt as to community or separate and then help you value and then divide that property and debt. The financial mediator will also use sophisticated, tax-effected financial planning software to determine the financial impact of any child and/or spousal support options on each of your cash-flows and help you each create a realistic divorce financial plan with estimates of each of your future individual incomes and expenses.
If you have minor children, the court will require that you both agree on a co-parenting plan. In the divorce collaborative mediation process, a divorce family professional will mediate your parenting plan and then also be available to you both post-divorce as a resource when your children inevitably grow older and their needs change.
In collaborative divorce mediation, you and your spouse will create your own divorce solutions. It’s important though to understand your legal rights and responsibilities and you both will meet together with the financial mediator and a divorce attorney mediator who will answer any legal questions you may have, take your final financial and family mediation agreements and put them into the written form and format required by the Court and then navigate them through the Court system.
Sound expensive and time-consuming? It’s not.
Not when compared to your other divorce process options.
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