Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation - a divorce mediation is a great option for your family if you and your spouse are likely to be in a continuing relationship after the divorce or you both want to avoid the high financial and emotion cost of a litigated divorce.

Divorce mediation is a non-adversarial process that guides a divorcing family through voluntary directed negotiations that are private and confidential.  As a registered GA mediator CJ and the Remboldt Law Firm will help you identify and negotiate all the issues that need to be covered in your divorce or separation agreement such as:

  • Mediation of Child Custody and Child Support:   The Remboldt Law Firm can help you reach mutually agreeable child custody and visitation arrangements.  A mediator will help you work through your goals for the children, your work schedule, and your children’s schedules to reach an agreement and a parenting plan.
  • Mediation of the Budget: Divorce mediation services include helping you and your spouse work out a budget so each can have an independent household.  Factors to consider in a new family budget include child support, property division, spousal support/alimony, furthering educational needs and retention or sale of the family home.
  • Mediation of the Division of Property and Debt:  Remboldt Law Firm can help you identify your marital assets, determine their value and help you divide the assets in a way that is fair.  A mediator can also help you work through the key issues involved in property division, debt division, investments and more.

If you are interested in learning more about divorce mediation services, contact CJ and the Remboldt Law Firm for a free telephone consultation.

The important aspects of divorce mediation are:

  • It is non-adversarial. You are partners in decision making.
  • It is mutual. You must both agree on solutions, or there is no agreement.
  • It helps clarify areas of conflict. Most couples have some conflict. CJ and the Remboldt Law Firm can help you limit the conflict and have productive discussions.
  • It gives you power. You control your own decisions over your own lives.
  • It is best for your children. All of the discussions are tempered by the fact that you are both parents of your children and you will have a continuing relationship as parents after you have ended the spousal relationship. In mediation, the best interests of the children are paramount.

How To Proceed

Call 404-348-4081 and arrange for a free telephone consultation.  At that time, a detailed explanation of how to proceed is described.

The outcome of the mediation is a memorandum of understanding detailing all of your agreements that your attorney will review and incorporate into your formal legal documents.

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