Divorce is one of life’s most stressful experiences. The process becomes even more challenging when spouses seek to resolve their issues in a contested way through the court system.
However there is an area that can help you get through the process of divorce and it’s called Mediation Practice. This is conducted by a Mediator who is a trained, neutral, third party. The mediator strives to be balanced and impartial. The role of the mediator is to facilitate communication between the parties, not to impose solutions. Mediators do not take sides nor do they render judgments. The mediator works with both sides to help the parties reach a mutually acceptable resolution.
How does the Mediation Practice in Martin County works?
Instead of leaving the most important decisions in your life up to a judge, Mediation Practice in Martin County makes possible to maintain control over the decision making process and allows you to design a solution that is specific to your situation. This allows for all involved to walk away satisfied with the outcome of their case.
Kohn Mediation office strive to make Mediation Practice in Martin County the easiest process to move forward once a dispute is settled because it is less adversarial than a courtroom divorce. This can be especially helpful in situations where a continued relationship is beneficial to everyone involved – when the parties have children to co-parent or just plan to continue living in the same community.
If you would like to learn more about Mediation Practice in Martin County, Michelle Kohn can help. Michelle’s mediation training and experience in family law has prepared her to work with couples interested in resolving their divorce without the expense and stress of litigation.
Contact her at: 772-283-0820 or by email at email@example.com.
Successfully providing mediation services in Martin County since 1996!