How Mediation Works for Divorce and Child Custody Disputes
Mediation involves a neutral third-party mediator that helps couples work together to reach an agreement that satisfies both parties’ interests. Here is a general overview of how mediation works for divorce and child custody disputes:
- Mediation Session: The mediator works with both parties to identify the underlying issues and discuss possible solutions.
- Negotiate Agreement: Parties negotiate and create a mutually agreeable agreement that resolves all outstanding issues.
- Signing Agreement: Both parties sign the agreement, which becomes legally binding.