DIVORCE MED/ARB

Combine the benefits of mediation and arbitration within the same session. At the end of mediation, any unresolved issues will be decided by an arbitrator.

The benefits of med/arb often include:

  • mediate first and then switch to arbitration to get a decision on any unresolved issues

  • reduced legal fees

  • quicker divorce process

  • positive relationship between spouses moving forward

  • a mutually beneficial agreement

  • private and confidential meeting with an unbiased 3rd party

  • less stressful

  • more flexibility

  • more control over the outcome

  • less expensive than going to court

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Get Started with Carson Madison

1

Schedule a mediation appointment and pay the deposit.

2

Complete the pre-mediation paperwork and submit it at least a week prior to mediation date.

3

Both parties show up and participate in mediation to resolve specific conflict (property distribution, child custody, child support, and/or alimony payments. At the end of mediation, any unresolved issues will be decided by an arbitrator.