Telephone:
(518) 791-4349

Domestic Divorce Services, LLC

4 Glens Falls  Tech Park Drive
Glens Falls, NY 12801

Peaceful, private, cost efficient NY divorce 

Mediation Service

WHAT IS DIVORCE MEDIATION?

Divorce Mediation is a process which assists couples in resolving their divorce issues in a neutral, respectful, non-litigious manner.  

Divorce Mediation guides you through the issues involved in a divorce proceeding and takes place in private, outside of the courthouse. 


Mediation is a voluntary and confidential process in which a trained, neutral third party helps both parties to negotiate a mutually satisfactory outcome. The mediator is a facilitator of the process, but is not the decision maker, arbitrator or judge.  

Divorce Mediation is a specialized field requiring advanced training. Domestic Divorce Services, LLC offers specialized divorce training and over two decades of experience in the matrimonial field making it uniquely familiar with the complexities of divorce matters including marital estates, custody, parenting time, child support and spousal support.  

Information from outside resources may be recommended by your mediator and utilized during the mediation process (should you choose), such as information concerning: 

  legal rights;
  tax advice;
  valuations;
  appraisals;
  counseling

REASONS TO MEDIATE, NOT LITIGATE:

  Mediation is confidential.
  Mediation is fair and neutral.
  Mediation saves time.
  Mediation saves money.
  Mediation improves communication.
  Mediation helps identify the issues.
  Mediation lets you create your own solutions.
  Mediation helps preserve parental relationships

IS MEDIATION APPROPRIATE FOR YOU?

  Weigh all of your options for settling the dispute.  Compare the emotional and financial impact of litigated court proceedings versus mediation.




HOW DO YOU KNOW IF MEDIATION IS NOT APPROPRIATE FOR YOU?

  Mediation is not an option in cases involving domestic violence, child abuse, substance abuse or  other serious and complex issues.




WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO REACH AN AGREEMENT?



  You are free to consult with an attorney or advocate of your choice at any time prior to, during or  following the mediation process.

CONTACT OUR MEDIATOR TO DETERMINE IF MEDIATION MAY BE RIGHT FOR YOUR PARTICULAR SITUATION.