Divorce can feel overwhelming and emotionally draining, especially when you and your spouse want different outcomes.
Mediation offers a middle ground between self-managing your separation and hiring an attorney to contest unresolved disputes.
Contact us to discuss affordable options for mediation packages and settlement conferences
Have your court documents; assets; and parenting plan prepared by an attorney mediator
We provide you with a roadmap and review your paperwork so you’re ready to file.
Please complete our mediation intake form. We’ll then meet for a 30-minute virtual consultation with you and your partner to outline goals, financial documents, co-parenting needs, and other issues unique to your case. We’ll determine if mediation is a good fit for you and your partner.
Based on the decisions we make together in your mediation sessions and the documents you’ve provided to us, we’ll prepare the paperwork for you to file.
You’re eager to finalize your separation without representation and save money in attorney fees and court costs.
You’re willing to work with your partner or co-parent to tackle difficult decisions.
You’re open to creative solutions for resolving disputes amicably
Already working with an attorney? We also offer three-hour attorney-initiated mediation conferences.
Here at NOCO Mediation center the mediator is a lawyer, just not your lawyer. We don’t represent either party and we can’t provide legal advice or operate as your attorney. A mediator’s role is to facilitate a conversation with you and your spouse as a neutral third party.
We prepare specific documents that you’ll need to complete your divorce and hand them off to you to file along with the filing link and instructions. Unfortunately, we’re unable to legally file them for you because we don’t represent either party and we are not a party to your case.
We can! We have the tools and software to work through financial statements, child support, maintenance, and other related issues that may be involved in your divorce.
Relationships that have a history of domestic violence may not be appropriate for mediation. Please contact us if you have this concern.