- Mediation is often most cost-effective, and speedier process, and certainly less contentious. The purpose of mediation is communication. To resolve all of the very difficult and challenging issues that you will have to deal with in getting a divorce and resolving it in the most expeditious manner.
- The role of the mediator is to be a facilitator; to help you communicate; to learn the skills so that you can speak with one another in a respectful manner. Listening, talking, and being able to weigh the options. Hearing your spouse’s concerns and being able to have a voice in the process.
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