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Divorce Mediation

Professional divorce mediation in Massachusetts and Boston

divorce mediation Massachusetts (MA)Divorce mediation is a collaboration between yourself, your spouse and a neutral divorce mediator to create a mutually agreed upon separation agreement which outlines the future of your lives apart. Although divorce is rarely an easy process, it doesn't have to be dreadful or traumatic. With the help of an experienced mediator, you and your spouse can experience a smooth, quick, and economical negotiation process that results in a divorce agreement you are both comfortable with. 

If you are not sure where to begin, schedule a free consultation with us to discuss your personal situation and to learn more about our divorce mediation services.

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Why Should You Choose Divorce Mediation?

  • Non-traumatic dignified approach to end your marriage - Avoid ugly legal battles and get on with your life with minimum emotional hardships for you and your kids. 
  • Based on mutual agreement - In mediation, the final divorce agreement must be fully accepted by both parties. 
  • Better for your children - Spare your kids the long legal battles. Remember, even after the divorce you will have to function as parents. Divorce mediation will help you start on the right path.
  • You are in control - Don't let the court decide what your life will look like. Remember, you never know which way the court might rule in your divorce case.
  • Quick divorce - It usually takes between 2-6 sessions to finalize your divorce agreement. The length of the process is entirely up to you and your ability to reach an agreement.
  • Affordable divorce - Affordable rates, and significantly less expensive than the traditional court process and typical legal fees.  The mediation process aims to minimize your expenses.

How Long Does Divorce Mediation Take?

Divorce mediation typically takes no longer than 2 to 6 sessions (4 to 12 hours) in total. 
In comparison, divorce trials and litigation can sometimes take years to be completed and closed. Knowing very well that separation from your spouse is painful enough on its own, the last thing you want to do is drag the process out for years to come, causing yourself additional emotional and financial hardships.
The time required to reach a separation agreement through divorce mediation will vary depending on the complexity of your situation. Yet, if both you and your spouse wish to move forward and reach an agreement, mediation can offer you the quickest and safest way out of your marriage.

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What Is the End Result of Divorce Mediation? 

The completion of your divorce mediation process will be the finalization of your divorce agreement. When using mediation, this separation agreement will be a mutual and collaborative document that outlines all aspects of your divorce and clearly states the terms you and your spouse have agreed upon.

We will help you assemble all the documents you will need to file with the court along with your separation agreement. 

Your divorce agreement will address the following issues: 

  • Division of assets- You and your spouse will each prepare a list of all assets you acquired as a married couple, and all assets acquired by each of you before your union. As your Massachusetts divorce mediators, we will work together with you to arrange an equitable and fair division.
  • Alimony- Alimony refers to spousal support and is designed to supply the lower-income spouse with monetary support to live (over and above child support). Alimony is negotiable and an arrangement you are both comfortable with will be settled and outlined in your divorce agreement.
  • Child Custody- Together we will design a parenting plan. For your child’s optimal development, it is important that you both continue to play an active parental role. Your parenting plan can be as specific or as flexible as you like and will be something you both agree on together.
  • Child Support- After establishing your parenting plan and child custody arrangement, your mediator will help you calculate the child support payments for your particular situation using the Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines.  Using these guidelines, your mediator will help you explore your options and come up with a support plan that works for your family.

Why Choose Us as Your Divorce Mediators? 

We have been providing divorce mediation since 1994 and are one of the most experienced divorce mediation practices in Massachusetts. 

With a panel of highly professional and experienced mediators, we have helped many couples all across Massachusetts to end their marriage in a civilized and non traumatic way.

Our approach is collaborative and supportive.  We strive to provide professional and caring service to each of our clients, making their separation as pleasant and painless as possible.

Our goal is to minimize the emotional trauma and the economic burden of divorce for our clients. We are here to help you start a new chapter in your life.
We enable you to be in control of your own divorce.  The divorce agreement your create in mediation will only be complete when you and your spouse are completely content with all of the arrangements.


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