Mediation is both a cost effective and less stressful way to approach divorce or other family law issues. If you are both willing to cooperate and compromise, mediation is a great alternative to the costly and time-consuming process of litigation. Mediation allows the parties to have more control over the length of time it takes to get through the process and more control of the outcome. As a mediator, Kim will provide both parties with fundamental information regarding the law and court procedure to assist you in reaching your own agreement about your own family and property. At the end of the mediation process the terms of your agreement will be drafted into the appropriate judgment or post judgment documents and filed with the court.
At the initial consultation, Kim will outline the mediation process as it specifically relates to your case and provide you with the requisite paperwork to assist you in actively moving your case forward. As your mediator, Kim does not represent either party and therefore, all conversations and communication (email or phone) must be with both parties. The initial consultation, as well as all future appointments, must be attended by both parties.
If you are interested in mediation please contact Kim and provide contact information for both parties.