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To provide professional mediation services and conflict management tools for individuals, couples, families and organizations.
To empower people to make positive choices and informed decisions when faced with conflict.
To schedule an appointment or find out more, call us at 585-586-1830 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In a mediated agreement, the parties decide the terms of their agreement and what works best for them. Mediation for separation or divorce replaces the need for a long, litigated process through the courts. All the same decisions are made in mediation that would be made in the court process. Most people do not even need to set foot in a courtroom when they use mediation as their process for divorce or separation. For more information, call 585-586-1830 or email us at email@example.com.
At The Mediation Center, we provide a safe and confidential environment so that each of you can express your thoughts and your needs. Mediation sets a positive tone by promoting honesty, openness, understanding and respect, unlike the court process.
No decision will be forced upon you when you choose to mediate your separation or divorce, or any other family or relationship conflict. We will help you evaluate various options regarding your specific issues including the division of your property, spousal support, as well as parenting issues, visitation schedules and child support.
Once the mediation process is completed, when you are fully comfortable with all the decisions that you have made, an agreement can be drafted for you. This agreement is called a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This is the document that you take with you to have reviewed by an attorney.
The Mediation Center professionals will guide you in developing an agreement that works for you and for your family, on your schedule, and at a much lower cost than going through a long, litigated divorce through the court system.
For more information call us at 585-586-1830 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mediation is a voluntary process in which a trained mediator works with parties in conflict to facilitate discussion of disputes in an atmosphere of respect and cooperation. The mediator is a neutral third party who helps the parties make practical, informed and mutually acceptable decisions while resolving their differences.
Mediation creates a safe place to explore options for solutions to disputes in an atmosphere of privacy and comfort. Mediation is confidential. The parties involved resolve their differences out of the public eye. Mediation provides the opportunity to have other professional resources involved, such as counselors or financial experts to give information valuable to the issues being discussed. Mediation is flexible, allowing the parties to come up with their own creative answers as to what will work best for their specific situation. Call today to find out more at 585-586-1830 or email us at email@example.com.