If you and your spouse or family members are experiencing a conflict that the parties are interested in resolving out of court, family mediation can facilitate productive conversations leading to agreements designed with actionable steps to help you achieve your shared goals. We can facilitate low-conflict negotiations to help you create a legally-binding agreement from the comfort and privacy of home.
Family mediation is used to address:
Guardianship Mediation / Coaching
Small Business Succession
Distribution of Inherited Property
Other Family Issues
In this process, you have the freedom to choose to hire an attorney or design an agreement between yourselves.
This process empowers you to make the best decisions on issues that matter most to you. Your mediator will work with you and your spouse to design a legally binding agreement that is specific to your needs going forward. In our online sessions, you do not have to see or speak with your spouse. Our procedures are designed to efficiently focus on the resolution and reduce stress.
Save time and stress going forward by creating a parenting plan that includes an agreement for the following responsibilities: medical care, child care fees, holidays, vacations, transportation arrangements, and more.
In the state of Georgia, the amount and duration of alimony is determined by multiple factors (e.g., length of marriage, income, etc.). The parties or a judge (if the parties cannot agree) can decide on the amount and duration of payments.
Like divorce mediation, uncoupling facilitates conversations that help both parties resolve how to divide any shared purchases, living arrangements (e.g., leases), and any other concerns.
Child Support - most recent state training
In the state of Georgia, child support is mandatory. The income of both parents are calculated using the Georgia Online Child Support Calculator along with other factors to determine monthly child support.
Guardianship mediation is a process that can help families come to an agreement about legal guardianship for a minor or adult. In guardianship mediation, both parties are encouraged to come to a mutually agreeable solution that is in the best interest of the person for whom guardianship is being sought. The mediator helps the parties to explore their respective interests and to come to a resolution that works for both of them. Guardianship mediation can also provide an opportunity for family members to talk about their concerns, and to ensure that the individual's best interests are being met.