• In a mediated divorce, you will be sitting down with your mediator, who is a facilitator, to help you communicate with the other party and negotiate a settlement. In a contested divorce there is no mutual agreement. Consequently, a judge will ultimately decide financial and parenting matters
  • Even if your divorce starts out as a contested divorce, that doesn’t foreclose the possibility of entering into an agreement with the other party. In fact, a great majority of divorce cases do resolve themselves by agreement

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