What does a mediator actually do?

The job of a divorce mediator will vary based on the particular mediation needs of a divorcing couple. However, in general, a mediator will act as an objective party for spouses who are getting divorced, and will make sure both parties’ wishes and needs are heard and discussed. A mediator will listen to each individual and their representative alone, then make sure those issues are addressed in a joint meeting. They will also help draft agreements and work with the parties to reach resolutions. With a successful mediator, your divorce may be settled more quickly and less costly than other types of divorce.

For more information about divorce mediation, particularly as to how it could benefit you and your spouse, you can learn more by contacting the experienced divorce attorneys of the BB Law Group PLLC today by calling us at (832) 534-2589.

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