Peaceful Divorce Solutions
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About Peaceful Divorce Solutions

Peaceful Divorce Solutions combines the best aspects of mediation and collaborative divorce. It is a group of concerned professionals who are committed to helping you achieve your goals in your divorce process. You will always have a mental health professional, a financial divorce professional, and a family law attorney to work with you throughout the process.

Each of the professionals has advanced training in Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Divorce. All the mediators are neutral, thus not representing either spouse, but rather working to help you both reach an agreement that is best for your family.

The process we use has several phases:

I. Gathering Information
II. Brainstorming Solutions for Problem Areas
III. Preparation of Final Documents to be Filed with the Court.

All meetings are scheduled for at least 2 hours.

The Mental Health Mediator will  help you develop your Mission Statement and your Parenting Plan and help you cope with the emotional issues that crop up along the way.  Meanwhile, the  Financial Mediator assists you with your financial plans. The Family Law Attorney Mediator is there for information on legal matters and to prepare the documentation that is needed to be filed with the Court. This would include the Final Judgment or Marital Settlement Agreement. We encourage you to consult your own family law attorney at any time during the process but particularly to review the Final Judgment prior to it being submitted to court. This is to make sure your interests are being addressed.

The cost of Peaceful Divorce Solutions divorce varies depending on how well you and your spouse can discuss issues and through cooperation and problem solving reach agreements. We are there to assist you in finding creative, flexible and constructive solutions that fit your family. The children are always a main concern. Each spouse takes an active role in decision making. The professional team acts as facilitators. The typical mediated divorce costs anywhere from $5000 to $15,000.

In comparison, a litigated divorce in southern California seems to run between $40,000 to $100,000 and a collaborative divorce runs between $20,000 and $60,000.
Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.                  
                                                                                                                                   .... A. Redmoon

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