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Newport Beach Divorce Mediation Attorneys

Finding an Amicable

Resolution to Your Case

If you find the prospect of dissolving your marriage daunting, you're not alone. Finalizing a divorce can be legally and emotionally challenging, and the outcome of your case could impact the rest of your life.

At Alternative Divorce Solutions, we help Californians leverage mediation to navigate the divorce process and seek a streamlined, amicable resolution with their soon-to-be-ex. Our experienced Newport Beach divorce mediation lawyers can help analyze your case and provide a solution tailored to your needs.

To schedule a consultation with our team, contact us online or via phone at (949) 558-2624.

How Does Divorce Mediation Work in California?

During mediation, a couple meets with a mediator - who acts as an impartial third party - to negotiate terms for the dissolution of their marriage. How many times parties meet with a mediator depends on the circumstances of the case. In a complex divorce where the couple shares valuable assets, have commingled property, and has children together, multiple meetings may be necessary. In a more straightforward divorce where the couple already has a marital agreement dictating how they intend to divide property, don't share children, etc., mediation can resolve in as little as a single meeting.

During mediation, parties collaborate to decide how they want to handle the following issues:

If the mediation process is successful and the spouses negotiate equitable terms for the above processes, they can then draft an agreement detailing those terms with the help of their lawyers and the mediator. Finally, they can present that agreement to a county court. If a judge approves the agreement, they'll sign it and issue a decree finalizing the divorce.

Mediation has several benefits for Californians:

  • You get to decide the outcome of your case, instead of relying on a judge;
  • The collaborative nature of mediation often makes the process more amicable than handling a divorce in court;
  • Mediation is typically faster than litigating a divorce, enabling you to save time and money on the dissolution of your marriage.

At Alternative Divorce Solutions, our Newport Beach divorce mediation attorneys help clients successfully mediate divorces, working with them to protect their rights and best interests throughout the mediation process.

To schedule a consultation with our team, contact us online or via phone at
(949) 558-2624
.

Get a Free Consultation

We offer a free, one-hour consultation to ensure that our services are exactly what you are looking for and make sense for your situation. Contact our office to schedule your appointment today.

Clients Share Their Stories

Stories Like These Inspire Us Every Day
  • “Thank you for all your knowledge, conscientiousness, and kindness.”

    - Beverly
  • “First and foremost, I found that I had a lot to learn about the divorce mediation process. I did not exactly know what the role of the mediator was or if we would still have to go to Court.”

    - Donald B.
  • “I was so stressed out before I went to ADS. Once I got there Lani sat with me and my husband and explained the whole mediation process. After I left I knew exactly what to expect and ADS lived up to my expectations.”

    - Giz S.

Top 10 Reasons

To Choose Mediation
  • You get to be in control of your divorce.

  • Tailored solutions based on your needs.

  • Focus on your emotional well-being.

  • Eliminates combative power struggles.

  • Less stressful for every family member.

  • Neutral help from a qualified mediator.

  • Completely private and confidential.

  • Can protect the interests of young children.

  • Saves time by preventing long litigation.

  • Less money spent on attorney and court filing fees.

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