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Issues that can be resolved through mediation include:

  • divorce
  • custody
  • parenting time
  • child support
  • spousal support (alimony)
  • property division
  • post-judgment disputes
  • modification of judgment
  • enforcement of judgment
  • relocation of minor child

If you reach an agreement, the mediator will prepare a written agreement.  You will then have your attorney prepare the court order or prepare the order yourself.  (We can provide you with the name of a mediation-friendly attorney if you need one.)

If you don't reach a complete agreement, you have the option of going to court on the remaining issues or returning to mediation at a later date.  You can return to mediation no matter how many court hearings you go through.


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