What is Divorce Mediation?

What is Divorce Mediation?

Even in a divorce, the process does not always have to result in a huge fight. For many couples, divorce mediation is an ideal alternative as opposed to battling it out in court. A divorce mediation involves you and your spouse, along with a trained and neutral mediator who is there to help you resolve your divorce. Mediations generally take place in an informal office setting; however, some mediations may be resolved online depending on certain circumstances.

A mediator’s job is to help you and your spouse come to an agreement and resolve the many issues that may be involved in your case, including child custody, child support, alimony, and property division. Divorce mediation is often a preferred alternative to divorce handled in court, as it allows the two spouses to control the outcome of the divorce. Additionally, mediation is much less expensive than going to court. Mediation usually consists of several joint meetings between the spouses and mediation, which lasts several hours each; however, takes much less time than going to court.

If you are facing a divorce and you and your spouse are considering divorce mediation, it is important to work with a skilled mediator who can help you and your spouse reach a resolution. A mediator is there to help facilitate discussion, assist in communication, and provide helpful information and suggestions. Our team at LLM Family Law has years of experience helping spouses come to an agreement in complex divorce cases and are here to help every step of the way. To learn more about the divorce mediation process in Los Angeles, feel free to contact our team. 

Benefits of Divorce Mediation

There are many benefits of divorce mediation, including:

  • Costs: Mediation is a much less expensive alternative to trial.
  • Control: You and your spouse have control of the outcome during the mediation process, as opposed to the court deciding for you.
  • Communication: Mediation encourages spouses to communicate throughout the process, which minimizes the chances of future conflicts.
  • Reaching a settlement: Most mediations result in a settlement of all issues in your case.
  • Advice is still available: You can choose a mediation while having a lawyer to provide you with legal advice.

Contact Our Team To Get the Help You Need

At LLM Family Law, our team is here to help provide you with the guidance that you need. Contact our team today to learn more about how we can help with your mediation in Los Angeles.

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