Certevia Team Jun 13, 2019 Mediator, Parenting Plans, Parenting and Divorce, Parenting Class For Divorce Hits: 9186
Divorce mediators assist and guide divorcing or never married parents toward their own resolution. Mediators do not decide the outcome, but will help the parties understand and focus on the important issues needed to reach a resolution.
A mediator can help develop parenting plans for co-parents. This may help them to understand what will occur during their time with the children. When there is a conflict a more positive outcome may occur by using a mediator. Although it is best if parents can resolve their problems without tying up the court systems.
The costs for a mediator varies.
Taking our 4 hour Parenting Class for Divorce may help you avoid needing to use mediation in the first place. We offer live and online classes here:
In conclusion, you won’t need a mediator unless the court requires you to have one. Your local court may refer you to community based mediation. If you and your co-parent cannot come to an agreement, mediation is an excellent choice instead of tying things up in court. Please note we are not attorneys and this is not legal advice. Please consult an attorney if you need legal advice.
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