When you are embroiled in a divorce, property settlement, divorce modification, paternity, parent time, alimony, child support, child care, medical care, Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) or other domestic disputes, please consider The Mediation Group as an alternative to costly, time consuming litigation in court. Our mediators have decades of experience, are highly knowledgeable about Utah domestic relations law and are nearly always successful in mediating a resolution to these difficult, emotional disputes.
Mediation is one of the most frequently used methods of resolving or modifying a divorce. In divorce mediation, you and your spouse — or, the two of you and your lawyers — meet with a neutral third party in an effort to discuss and find agreement on the issues in your divorce. These can include parenting, property division, child support, alimony, modification of a previous order or any other family matters. The mediator doesn’t make decisions for you, but serves as a facilitator to help you communicate your priorities and interests. Mediation has a long list of benefits:
Mediation is much less expensive than a court trial or a series of hearings.
Most mediations end in a settlement of all of the issues in your divorce.
Mediation is confidential, with no public record except the agreement.
Mediation allows you to make your own decisions rather than having a solution imposed upon you by the court.