Divorce Mediation MA: Helping Couples Find a Better Way to Divorce | Metrowest Boston, Massachusetts

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I know how emotional it is to go through a divorce and how confusing it can be to file for divorce in Massachusetts with all the required documentation.

Divorce Mediation MA: Helping Divorcing Couples in Massachusetts Move Forward With Their Lives

My divorce mediation services will provide you with the support and structure you need to divide assets in a way that both of you feel is fair and reasonable; develop a parenting plan that is in your child’s best interest; and make the other decisions that you need for both of you to move forward with your lives.

Mediating Your Divorce Will:

  • Develop an agreement that works for both of you because mediation in divorce empowers you to make your own decisions about what is in the best interest of your children; your finances; and your futures.  Divorce mediation avoids leaving these important decisions to expensive attorneys to battle hoping they make decisions that will be in your best interest.
  • Ensure privacy because mediation is a confidential process.
  • Give you complete control over the decision-making process.  One of the core principles of mediation is self-determination.  This means that all decisions are ultimately yours to make, not an attorney and not a judge.
  • Help save time and money because divorce mediation allows you to pay for one professional, rather than hiring two separate attorneys, each of whom probably charge higher rates than a mediator.  The divorce process moves more quickly than litigation because mediation provides a process that is designed to help you come to resolution rather than contest every issue through an attorney.
  • Enhance child well-being because mediation helps improve communication between the divorcing parents, and results in better child-centered decisions.
My wife and I found ourselves locked into disagreements ranging from parenting schedule to providing racial balance for our bi-racial children to school district choices to responsibilities of children’s items, such as a special blanket, to child support and asset division; nothing was off limits and the longer the divorce prolonged, the more misunderstanding, lack of trust and animosity grew between us. Ben was a voice of reason and compassion, that time and time again reeled us back to a place where the possibility of good will between two opposing forces took root to resolution. Ben’s approach is disarming but he challenges each party to look at the integrity hidden beneath the hurt, to honor, recognize and answer, “What is fair?”  -Brian, Divorce Mediation Client

Watch this video to learn more about the divorce mediation process and how it might help you and your family.