I would be honored to welcome you and your spouse into a Soul-to-Soul Mediation experience that will inspire you, honor your Souls’ journeys, and bring resolutions which respect your family in transition.
What is Mediation? Mediation is a process that gives parties an opportunity to settle issues with the assistance of a neutral third party rather than resorting to litigation. The process is designed to foster and preserve positive communication between the parties . . . particularly when there are children involved . . . and to achieve tailored outcomes. Mediation helps maintain dignity and discretion when dealing with sensitive family issues. Agreements reached in mediation are more likely to satisfy the individual needs of all involved . . . they result in uniquely co-created resolutions not available by a court determination, and are statistically more enduring.
How Long are Mediation Sessions? Mediation sessions are scheduled in two-hour increments; however, longer sessions can be scheduled, if desired.
Where do Mediation Sessions take place? Mediation Sessions are conducted online from the privacy and convenience of your own home or office.
Will we be given Legal Advice or Need Attorneys? As your Mediator, Pamela will not provide legal advice to either party; however, she can provide legal information. You are encouraged to seek legal counsel prior to or during the mediation process, but certainly prior to signing a memorandum of understanding. Your attorneys will provide legal advice and more specific legal information pertinent to your jurisdiction.
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