Benefits of divorce mediation
A majority of courts in the state of Colorado require mediation prior to any contested hearing such as divorce. Couples who choose to mediate their divorce, instead of rolling the dice in front of a judge, are overwhelmingly more satisfied with the agreements they create. Couples who mediate have control in tailoring their divorce to their particular needs and interests. Divorce mediation changes the financial picture for separating couples by allowing them to invest in outcomes, not litigation.
We work with attorneys and the court to ensure TIMELY resolutions for our clients. When children are involved, we assist parents to create mutually agreeable plans for parenting time and child support. We help parents focus on their children not their conflict.
- Saves money
- Saves time
- Cooperative problem solving
- Present and future focused
- Power to create your own settlement
- Produces Balanced, legally binding agreements
Mediation vs. Litigation
- Mediation is solution and future focused
- Mediation is faster than litigation
- Mediation is substantially cheaper than litigation
- Mediation gives you the power to create your own agreements
- Mediation focuses on shared interests rather than aggravating differences
It is a founding belief that every conflict creates an opportunity for growth and positive change. Through powerful and solution-focused facilitation, parents and individuals who utilize our mediation services can achieve positive change.
We understand that conflict can rule and ruin your life; we are experts in leading high conflict parties to mutually agreeable solutions. Our sessions are led with compassion and caring, our mission is to help you create resolution so you can move forward in your life.
What conflicts can be mediated?
We specialize in divorce and family mediation including distribution of property and financial assets, parenting plans and child support. We also provide mediation for neighbor-to-neighbor disputes, landlord and tenant conflicts, parent and teen disagreements and workplace disputes.
What does mediation cost?
Every case is different and some cases take longer than others but typically people can save 50% or more on mediation versus traditional litigation. Call us today for a free consultation.
How long does it take?
Each case is different however, in our experience, mediation is less about the back and forth of litigation and more about achieving mutually beneficial results. Therefore, in a majority of cases there are fewer billable hours to resolution- saving you time and money. It is not uncommon for parties to come to quick resolution, even in situations where the conflict has been festering for years.
Is mediation legally binding?
The agreements made in mediation are legally binding and can be filed with the court. If your case does not involve the court the agreements made in your mediation are contractual.