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arrow What is Divorce Mediation?
arrow How Does Mediation Differ From The Traditional Legal Divorce Process?
arrow What Are The Benefits of Mediation?
arrow How Does Mediation Work?
arrow What Issues Get Resolved In Matrimonial Mediation?
arrow What If One of Us Does Not Want To Get Separated or Divorced?
arrow Can Mediation Be Used As A Form of Counseling To Fix Our Marriage Problems?
arrow How Long Does Mediation Take & What Does It Cost?
arrow What is The Final Product of Mediation?
arrow Do Either of Us Need An Attorney?
arrow How Do We Get Started?
arrow Children's Bill of Rights


Successful mediation typically results in a Memorandum of Understanding between the parties.  This document encompasses all agreements and provisions made by the parties regarding all of the issues discussed in Mediation.

If the Mediator is also a licensed attorney, the Mediator can generate a proposed Separation Agreement.  Once signed by both parties, such an agreement becomes a binding and enforceable contract and may later be used to establish the terms of divorce.


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