Mediation is a confidential, out-of-court resolution process in which a neutral mediator works with the parties to identify issues and interests and develop options for resolution. Mediation requires full disclosure of all information the parties require to make informed decisions. The mediator does not represent either party, and each party is encouraged to have an attorney of their own to review any potential Agreements before the parties sign.
Divorce is an overwhelming process, and often litigation only adds to the emotional toll on the family. For many divorcing couples, mediation is a better option, as it helps reduce the cost and stress of a divorce. A certified Mediator, Christine Hissong acts as a mediator for couples who are separating or divorcing, or having post-divorce disputes. Christine also works as a mediator with many couples considering prenuptial or post-nuptial agreements. To find out if mediation is the right choice for you, contact us today.
At Positive Pathways, we recognize how difficult family transitions can be and we understand the legal, emotional, and financial aspects of family law matters. We can help you identify and mutually agree upon practical solutions in a supportive environment in the following areas:
Parties may address in mediation, those issues that may be causing conflict in their marriage in an Agreement that specifically spells out expectations of both parties for the continuation of the marriage and the details of how all issues related to the marriage will be resolved should the marriage end.