You know you want to resolve your divorce with as little damage to yourself, your family, and your bank account as possible.
You’ve heard divorce mediation may be the way to go.
But you’re about to embark on a legal process you don’t know much about.
And make high-stakes decisions on critical issues that will affect your future for years to come at a time when intense emotions may be making it challenging to see your situation objectively or stay at the negotiating table.
And you don’t know what’s reasonable to ask for in terms of a settlement.
You want to get this right. But you’re not sure how or where to start.
That’s okay. You’re not supposed to know how already.
Don’t waste time, money, and effort going into mediation unprepared. As the saying goes . . .
“If you fail to prepare, you’re preparing to fail.”
Step into the mediation room with confidence that . . .
- You understand and can navigate the mediation process.
- You know what you’ll be asking for as a resolution.
- You have a plan for obtaining the results most important to you.
- You can advocate for yourself and negotiate the issues in dispute.
- You know what to do when emotions run high and conflict ramps up.
Learn more about my mediation coaching program HERE.