Many divorcing couples are turning to mediation because it is less expensive and less adversarial than a traditional, litigated divorce. Mediation has been shown to have more positive outcomes for the children of divorce. And it allows you, as a divorcing party, to remain in the driver’s seat while you make important life decisions, rather than delegating them to a lawyer or a judge.
Divorce mediation helps you and your spouse make these important decisions together. Mediation is oriented toward problem-solving, rather than finding fault. Joy’s role as a mediator is to help you identify and address your important interests and concerns.
Because Joy’s background is in representing children in divided families, she brings a systemic approach, looking for solutions that will best fit everyone in the family. Joy will help you find solutions that are the best for everyone involved, given your family’s strengths and available resources.
Call us to schedule a consultation for you and your spouse or your partner.