About Center for Divorce Solutions

Divorce can be the single most stressful period in a person’s life. But divorcing couples don’t have to be adversaries. It’s possible to get through the ordeal like civilized adults.

A Center for Divorce Solutions is a professional mediation service which provides a compassionate and realistic approach to the end of your marriage. We offer experienced mediators in a safe environment to guide you through the Court process, help you work through the division of assets and debts, spousal support, parenting issues and document preparation. We help couples overcome the huddles that sidetrack divorce negotiations, keep the parties focused on the issues, and alleviate the emotional tension that accompanies this most traumatic period. In other words, a kinder, gentler divorce.

We offer a variety of services that can be tailored to your family’s needs.  Our comprehensive approach includes assistance in document preparation, helping parties create equitable agreements for the division of assets and debts, comprehensive and innovative parenting plans, post decree issues such as modification of child support or parenting time, or access to a wide variety of professionals who can provide accurate information on which to base decisions.

The goal of A Center for Divorce Solutions is to create an atmosphere that allows parties to make good decisions for themselves while reducing the anxiety, disruption and cost of divorce. Contact us today for more information.

Why Mediate?

Mediation is a confidential, informal process that uses an impartial third party to help people in conflict negotiate a mutually acceptable agreement.

  • Cost–Mediation is much less expensive than lawyers battling in and out of court.
  • Time–Mediation is generally faster than going to Court.
  • Control–Mediation allows you to decide what is fair for you rather than having a Judge make decisions or having attorneys tell you what’s best
  • Agreement–Most mediations end in an agreement of all issues, which are more often followed because you made the commitment — it wasn’t forced on you.
  • Confidentiality–Mediation is private and confidential and allows the parties to talk openly and honestly about issues.
  • Communication–Mediation generally leads to better communication skills between the parties, helping you avoid future conflicts.