Litigation results in increased stress and escalating conflict. Attorneys are, after all, hired to protect their clients and ensure their demands are met.
This means that the other party must often be proven wrong. The process can be brutal and lead to scars that last a lifetime.
The process of mediation, on the other hand, is based on cooperation and full disclosure. Parties are encouraged to discuss their concerns and have conversations that may have been limited in the days, weeks, or years before a decision on divorce was reached.
As facilitators, divorce mediation in Costa Mesa offers the support and encouragement required to break through walls of separation, creating a space for positive communication.
For many, the ability to communicate extends beyond the mediator’s office and allows them to co-parent in healthy and productive ways down the road.