Online divorce mediation via video conference and in-person facilitation with David Louis—the consummate professional with years’ experience in guiding clients through the divorce process
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Face divorce uncertainty with compassionate mediation
The courts provide neither incentive nor process to help a married couple end a marriage with civility and dignity. As an experienced professional in both mediation and finance, l offer an affordable alternative, facilitating challenging yet meaningful conversations. I will help you control your future and create constructive solutions for you and your family.
What does divorce mediation involve?
Productive process & outcomes
Mediation is a non-adversarial process for resolving disputes respectfully and effectively. The divorce mediation process is less expensive and less time-consuming than traditional divorce negotiations, and it puts you in control of the outcome. Working with David—an experienced, compassionate professional—you can be sure that your discussions will remain civil, balanced and constructive. You can make mutually acceptable decisions to address the issues facing your family.
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Addressing financial issues
In a mediated divorce process, a clear understanding of your financial situation is necessary in order to make well-informed decisions. David, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, can help you evaluate your finances and clarify your needs. In the mediation process you will have the opportunity to explore viable and achievable ways to handle the financial challenge of sustaining two separate households.
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Meeting children's needs
Reducing the negative impacts on your children is a central priority for divorcing parents. While your marriage is ending, your partnership as parents continues. In the course of divorce mediation, David will help you create a parenting plan to map out a new family structure going forward. This includes scheduling and time with each parent, decision-making parameters, and the guidelines for your parenting partnership.
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Choosing a mediator is the beginning of very personal process. David offers an initial consultation, without obligation, during which you can meet to ask questions and explore how he can best assist you.