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Denver Metro Divorce Mediation
A divorce does not always go smoothly, even when uncontested. As a matter of fact, the divorce process is full of conflicts and arguments, often drawing out the proceedings into a costly, time-consuming battle. When the divorce becomes extra difficult and the process hits a roadblock, divorce mediation is an ideal alternative.
Mediation is a legal process where an independent, neutral third party known as the mediator facilitates an agreement between divorcing parties. With mediation, separating and divorcing couples are able to take control of their lives and make sound decisions about their future without the courts.
Divorce Mediation is particularly beneficial for parents, as they will still continue to make joint decisions about their children for years to come. It is also an advantageous solution for couples who only need to resolve a small number of issues in order to reach a divorce settlement.
While mediation can resolve all potential areas of a divorce, the four most common categories addressed by mediation are the division of assets and debts, parenting, child support, and spousal support. Such issues can be quickly and inexpensively addressed, minimizing distress and confusion for the entire family.
Why Choose Goldman Mediation Services?
At the Goldman Mediation Services, we have experienced Colorado State Supreme Court Certified Mediators and Attorney-Mediators. You can be assured that your Mediator is well-trained, highly competent, and professional. We always uphold the highest standards in mediation:
Fully neutral third-party Mediation. Any advice or suggestions are provided to both parties, or all parties if there are more than two, with full explanation of advantages or disadvantages to each party.
Experienced Mediators. Our Mediators are Attorney-Mediators (mediators that are fully licensed Colorado family law attorneys) so they are extremely well-versed and experienced in Colorado Family Law.
Final Resolution. In most cases, any mediated Agreement can be submitted to a Court to be “finalized” and thus legally enforceable, as either a Contract or an Order.
Confidentiality. Our Attorneys and Mediators are ethically and morally bound to keep the personal and sensitive aspects of your case completely confidential forever.
The decisions you make during divorce affect your entire life. This is serious stuff for serious professionals. We can help.
Mediators are neutral third partners, trained to keep the procedure fair and balanced for both parties. We ensure that both parties’ desires and rights are addressed.
In this Mediation practice, we are highly experienced in Colorado family law. With this proficiency, we can guide parties toward the most favorable legal arrangements for both of them.
You can trust us with the personal and sensitive aspects of your case. It is our ethical responsibility to keep confidential everything you share with us, from your first phone cal, all the way to your final Agreement.
Understanding The Mediation Process
The mediator and couple meet in a series of mediation sessions, which typically range from one to two hours long. In the initial meeting, both the mediator and couple identify all issues that need to be discussed and determine what information needs to be gathered. In subsequent sessions, discussions address the various issues and how they can be resolved in a manner that meets the needs of both parties. When all issues have been discussed and resolved, an agreement is drafted for review by each party and their attorneys, if any.
Mediation is a cooperative approach, and the process is a flexible one. These sessions may be conducted weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or however often the couple wishes to meet. The duration of mediation ultimately depends on the issues that the couple has already agreed to prior to mediation and the issues that are yet to be addressed. The success of these sessions also depends on the couple’s willingness to arrive at agreements and do what is in the children’s best interests.
It is important to note that mediation is a confidential process. While divorce in the court system is deemed public domain, mediation is private and is conducted behind closed doors. No court appearances are necessary, and there is no public record of the matters discussed in sessions.
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