You both want a divorce that avoids a court fight and that is fair and efficient.
We help divorcing couples who are struggling to find a way to divorce that minimizes the amount of stress, time, and money that it takes to reach agreements that avoid going to court.
We help you talk through sensitive topics such as parenting plans and schedules, marital property divisions, and support agreements. By discussing these topics, you, with the mediator’s help, create the path to divorce that works best for you.
COVID 19 NOTICE: ALL MEDIATION SESSIONS WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLINE VIA ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING.
Not sure what divorce mediation is and how it can help you? Schedule a 15-minute complimentary, no obligation initial consultation and your basic questions about mediation can be answered.
If you think you are ready to try mediation, then schedule a mediation orientation session next. You and your partner both need to attend the orientation session.
Mediation Orientation &
Your first mediation session is an orientation session where both of you learn about the divorce mediation process and have all of your questions answered together. If you and the mediator agree that mediation may be a good fit for you, an Agreement to Mediate is signed by all, and you can begin mediation.
The complexity of your issues determines the amount of sessions that you will need. You do not have to contract for a set number of sessions. You pay as you go until you complete as many sessions as you need to find a comprehensive solution.
After your mediation sessions are concluded, with your consent, the mediator will write a draft agreement that reflects how you mutually decided to resolve issues for your divorce. This draft document is then reviewable by you (and your consulting attorneys). Once finalized, it is filed in court (by you or your attorneys) and becomes all or part of your divorce settlement.
This puts you in control of the terms of your divorce, instead of a court making decisions for you.
Complimentary Initial Consultation
We will have a 15-minute ZOOM call (or conference call) to answer any basic questions about how mediation works.
After this initial consultation, you and your partner can schedule a Mediation Orientation session where the divorce mediation process is explained and all of your questions are answered together.
To learn more about divorce mediation from the Gibson Mediation Group, select the date and time that works best for you.
Once your appointment is confirmed, you will receive a Zoom link in advance of the Complimentary Consultation session. A telephone conference can also be scheduled if preferred by you.
For more information about mediation sessions, see our FAQ.
Need help scheduling your Mediation Sessions? Contact Us with Session Questions here.