We are equipped to conduct mediation
sessions via videoconferencing.
Call to discuss flat-fee mediation options, featuring video conferencing and avoid litigating in court.
Saturday and evening appointments available.
Why Consider Mediation?
1. Flat Fee
Pay one fee to complete your entire divorce and all the documents from beginning to end.
2. Can Be Completed Quickly
Your divorce can be resolved in our office within weeks instead of months or years in court.
3. Never Step Foot in the Courthouse
We file all of the documents and process your judgement for you, so you never go to court.
Certified Divorce Mediation Specialists Offering No Court Divorce in Orange County
Located in Newport Beach, CA, Divorce Mediation of California is a team of professionals made up of attorneys, mental health professionals, and accountants all highly skilled and experienced in handling all aspects of family law matters. For a flat fee, we can provide the guidance, information, and tools for you and your spouse (or former spouse) to reach an agreement between yourselves instead of litigating in court.
Meet Our Team
Located in Newport Beach, CA, Divorce Mediation of California is a team of professionals made up of attorneys, mental health professionals, and accountants—all highly skilled and experienced in handling all aspects of family law matters.
For a flat fee, we can provide the guidance, information, and tools for you and your spouse (or former spouse) to reach an agreement between yourselves instead of litigating in court.
Schedule Your FREE CONSULTATION today: Please call 949-333-9412
What Are the Benefits of Divorce Mediation?
Divorce can be messy and mediation is an alternative to taking your legal matter to court and instead allows you and your former spouse to come to a resolution outside the legal system.
The divorce mediation process aims to keep stress to a minimum and help you and the other party reach a satisfying solution to all the decisions you need to make during the divorce process. When you’re discussing issues like child custody, help from a neutral third party can prove invaluable.
During the divorce mediation process, you’ll get personalized advice according to the specifics of your situation. Getting help from expert mediators is often the best option for you and your family.
Speed Up the Process
Mediation can tremendously cut down the amount of time you spend negotiating your divorce.
If you schedule a court date, you’ll need to plan around the legal system’s schedule, rather than your own. This is almost always faster than taking your case before a judge.
Certain factors can affect the amount of time your divorce settlement will take to process. If you have a lot of assets or need to negotiate custody of children, for example, it may take longer for both parties to come to an agreement.
The length of time your settlement will take also depends on the number of issues you need to mediate. However, a skillful mediator can help both parties communicate, and act as a useful buffer throughout the experience.
Divorce mediators also have plenty of legal resources, since they are family law attorneys. It’s helpful to get input from divorce mediation lawyers that specialize in California family law and Orange County divorce law.
Set Your Own Terms
When a divorce goes to court, the judge will intervene and may sometimes make decisions that do not please either party. By avoiding court, you and the other party can reach a resolution on your own.
If things get tense, the mediator can step in. Since your mediator has a neutral relationship with both parties, you can expect fair treatment on both sides.
If both parties already agree on an issue, you can confirm r it and focus on the issues you are having trouble resolving. The time spent in the mediation session is your time, and the services are flexible.
Going to court tends to be expensive. Instead of spending money on court fees and legal representation, you can get mediation services for a flat fee.
That fee will make sure your divorce documents are filled out correctly and filed with the court properly.
By streamlining the process and sitting down for negotiations in person, you can save money on legal fees.
Maintain Your Privacy
Mediation gives you and your former spouse a chance to discuss your disagreements and come to conclusions in private. Your conversations and the solutions you reach are confidential, instead of a matter of public record.
When it comes to sensitive issues like child support, privacy is often the best policy.
Taking issues to court often involves bringing out aspects of your personal life in public, and court files are available to the public. If privacy is important to you, consider getting services from a professional mediator instead of taking your divorce to court and revealing personal information in a public forum.
For expert Orange County divorce mediation and general information on the divorce mediation process, contact us at Divorce Mediation of California today.
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We’re located at 369 San Miguel Dr #100, Newport Beach, CA 92660, USA
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