Your divorce resolution is determined by you and your spouse, facilitated by one or more neutral professional mediators
What Is Divorce Mediation?
In divorce mediation, a neutral professional mediator facilitates communication between you and your spouse towards creating a non-adversarial resolution to your divorce, resulting in a mutual agreement.
To fully support your divorce process, Peace Talks utilizes their signature 3 Pillar Co-mediation team which includes a family law attorney, a licensed therapist and a financial professional. Your specific team will work closely together with you and your spouse to settle your divorce or custody issues in a comprehensive, sensible, and fair way at a reasonable cost.
Why Choose Divorce Mediation Over Litigation?
Divorce litigation over property, parental rights, and pride destroys families. The cost of court is high both financially and emotionally. It’s time-consuming, emotionally draining, and the ultimate decisions are made by a judge without the benefit of all the information, as they are restricted by the law.
Divorce Mediation is:
- 90% less expensive than litigation
- Confidential and private
- On your time schedule, not the court’s
- Tailored to your family’s needs
Divorce mediation offers a sane, sensible, and affordable alternative to Litigation/Traditional Representation.
Experience the Peace Talks Difference
At Peace Talks, our co-mediation teams of attorneys, therapists and financial specialists, craft a settlement that works for you and for your family. Our divorce mediators work with you to explore options, get the information you need to make good decisions and reach your own agreements, with the goal of keeping you in ultimate control over your future.
Is Divorce Mediation for You?
Call to speak with us personally to schedule a free mediation orientation at (310) 301-2100 or schedule here - Book a free Orientation
If you decide you’d like to hire us, our fees are applied per hour, and you’ll pay just for the time that you use. We accept Visa, Master Card, cash and checks. You’ll pay for the first session at the end of the session.
Most couples resolve their divorce case in one or two three-hour sessions. A few require more sessions than that, and we’ll schedule them at your convenience.
There’s no pressure to reach an agreement or sign anything during mediation. It’s important that you make an informed, thoughtful decision. That includes time to think about the agreements you’re making, and time to consult with an attorney, an accountant, or other professional who can help you make your decisions.
We look forward to working with you! Please call us if you have any questions.