Contact us at 702 527-4392 or email email@example.com. You can also complete the information form and return to Las Vegas Mediation
Going through a divorce can be an uncomfortable and messy process. Using a mediator can help simplify and ease the process. Divorce mediation is about you and your soon to be ex-spouse or ex-partner deciding what is best for the both of you. In mediation, you and your spouse/partner meet with a mediator who is a neutral third party. The mediator will not make decisions for you but helps you work through the issues you need to resolve so the two of you can end your marriage as amicably and cost effectively as possible. It is the mediator’s job to help the communication process, keep you focused on the issues at hand, and help you make decisions. Every divorce case is unique. Each couple has issues they need to make decisions about. Issues could include property division, child custody and visitation, child support, parenting, and other important topics. Mediation is voluntary. The time involved varies based on the couple and their issues. It is private and confidential. The intent of a divorce mediation is a settlement or agreement that both parties can live with. I’m happy to answer any questions you may have. 702 527.4392 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is family mediation?
Family dynamics are complicated. They have taken years to evolve and they are further compounded by the transitions inherent in the changing lifestyle, relationships and needs of an seniors, adults with medical needs and families. Family disputes that have been simmering for years often can obscure the best intentions of all involved. Family members may also live outside the Las Vegas area but can be included in the mediation. Mediation enables proactive families to have good discussions and opportunities to resolve conflict that potentially could tear them apart financially and emotionally. In mediation, everyone has the opportunity to privately explore the needs and feelings of all involved and to deal rationally with the problems and issues under discussion outside of a courtroom. The family knows what is best for them and mediation gives them the vehicle to make their own best decisions.
Dissolution of relationships
- Never married couples
- Same sex couples
- Parent and youth
- Pet custody
Elder or Adult Care Issues
- Disputes among adult siblings
- Financial decisions
- Residence decisions
- Inheritance disputes
- Medical treatment decisions
- Respite care and support for the caregiver
- Safety issues
- Alternatives to guardianship
- Driving and transportation
- Gives power to the elderly who think life choices are out of their control
A chance to have that conversation that’s long overdue….How may we help you and your family?
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