What Is Family Mediation?
Family mediation is a process wherein an impartial third person called a mediator assists parties toward reaching an agreement between them that is mutually acceptable. Although the mediator has no authority to make decisions the mediator may present options and provide information that will assist the parties in their decision- making.

Meditation is for people who want to settle family disputes without going to court and without destroying whatever is left of their fragile relationships.

Issues mediated may include custody, visitation and child support; alimony or spousal support; division of assets and liabilities; health insurance; life insurance; and the tax impacts of various alternative decisions.

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