|days or weeks||months or years|
|usually $600 – $3,000||
|keep distress to a minimum||hostility, anxiety, depression, misery|
|A judge tells you what to do.|
Resolve issues quickly.
Keep most of your wealth where
you and your kids can use it.
Less need for therapy;
A better plan for your family.
You can participate in mediation before or after anyone files anything in court and so initiates litigation. Between the date of filing and the date of your first or second court hearing, you may resolve all or most issues through mediation. In most cases it is best to get some advice from an attorney even if you expect to resolve everything through mediation.
Contact Dr. Colin at mediatorQ@gmail.com or 703 864 2101.
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