The Path to a Healthier Divorce
About the Mediation Process
Mediation Session 1
Remaining Mediation Sessions
Depending on how complicated your case is, you may attend up to six mediation appointments. If your case is simple, it can be resolved in as little as one mediation appointment. The number of mediations required will be assessed during your initial consultation.
During these meetings, your A.D.S. Certified Mediator will help you resolve issues, including:
- Child support
- Child custody
- Asset division
- Debt division
- Spousal support
- Other matters that are important to you
After your final mediation meeting, we present you with a draft of your Stipulated Judgment (Agreement) via e-mail. Then, you and your spouse can take your time to review the Agreement to make sure you feel comfortable and happy with what you have agreed to.
As long as you and your spouse agree, your mediator can edit the Agreement so it reflects both of your intentions.
Final Document Signing & Notarization
Receive Final Divorce Documents in the Mail
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To schedule a free consultation, contact us online or via phone at 949-368-2121.
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“Thank you for all your knowledge, conscientiousness, and kindness.”
“First and foremost, I found that I had a lot to learn about the divorce mediation process. I did not exactly know what the role of the mediator was or if we would still have to go to Court.”
– Donald B.
“I was so stressed out before I went to ADS. [After my consultation], I knew exactly what to expect and ADS lived up to my expectations.”
– Giz S.
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Top 10 Reasons
To Choose Mediation
- You get to be in control of your divorce.
- Tailored solutions based on your needs.
- Focus on your emotional well-being.
- Eliminates combative power struggles.
- Less stressful for every family member.
- Neutral help from a qualified mediator.
- Completely private and confidential.
- Can protect the interests of young children.
- Saves time by preventing long litigation.
- Less money spent on attorney and court filing fees.