Divorce Mediation

As your mediator, I impartially help both you and your spouse to identify the important issues in your divorce, and assist you in deciding how to address those issues.

Your Priorities Help Determine the Agenda

If you have minor children, you may want to begin with parenting schedules, holidays, possible relocation issues, and child support.

Whether or not you have minor children, you will cover all relevant areas, including division of assets and debts, making decisions about the house, figuring out spousal support, and dealing with retirement plans, taxes, insurance, pets, and the myriad of other issues.

The Mediator Remains Neutral

As a neutral third party, the mediator does not take sides, give you answers, make decisions for you, tell you what you should do, or make a judgment about who’s right and who’s wrong.

An experienced mediator acts as your guide. You will be empowered to come up with your own practical, workable resolutions for your unique situation.

During divorce mediation, you may find that, like many spouses, your ability to communicate with each other improves, leading to more productive and less tense conversation, both inside and outside of mediation sessions.

At the conclusion of mediation, you may request the preparation of an agreement covering everything you have agreed on. Any written agreement should be reviewed by your separate attorneys before you sign it. Once it is signed by both of you, the agreement becomes an enforceable contract.

Collaborative divorce attorney, negotiated divorce settlements, family and business dispute mediation, uncontested divorce, and parenting coordination services for clients across Northern Virginia, including Fairfax, Arlington, Loudoun, and Prince William counties, and communities of Alexandria, Arlington, Centerville, Chantilly, Dulles, Falls Church, Great Falls, Herndon, Lorton, Manassas, McLean, Mount Vernon, Reston, Springfield, Tysons Corner, and Vienna; office located in the City of Falls Church, inside the Beltway (495) and I-66.
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