Mediation saves you time, money and emotional turmoil
Divorce or separation is a major change for you and your family. Here you will find the assistance you need to make necessary changes in your marital and family situation without the time, money and emotional damage caused by litigation. You don't have to pay thousands of dollars of your community earnings and savings to attorneys. You don't have to let someone else decide your future! These changes are best effectuated by the two of you. No other person can possibly know your family and individual needs the way you know them. There is no more effective way to come to a decision about what should be done and how it should be done than by you.
Let me assist in your gentle transformation through MEDIATION.
Why you should explore MEDIATION
Your marriage could be ending, but your family should remain intact. Mediation with a trained professional allows you to explore your options. Together, you make the decisions regarding your marriage, and other related arrangements, as well as the division of your assets and debts. You will be much more satisfied with the outcome when you make the decisions about your life. Let me help you mediate your future and that of your children, and help you save the financial and emotional turmoil caused by lengthy litigation. Your children can live a healthier more relaxed life, and they will thank you for it.
Advantages of MEDIATION
"Come now, let us reason together," Isaiah 1:18.
Mediation by any other name, is based on this sound advice and principle, and it remains the best avenue for peaceful existence in these difficult times. Mediation can bring to the forefront the basic and primary needs of individuals in any situation, and promote "win-win" solutions to the issues that confront you. Mediation negotiations are confidential, unlike court filed documents, so you can preserve your privacy.
"Traditional litigation is a mistake that must be corrected...
For some disputes trials will be the only means, but for many claims
trials by adversarial contest must in time go the way of the ancient trial by battle and blood. Our system is too costly, too painful, too destructive, too inefficient for really civilized people."
Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, (Ret.) U.S. Supreme Court
Genie Serrano, B.A. Psy, J.D., C. HT., Mediator