Parents meet with a professional, court-approved, domestic relations mediator to develop a mutually agreeable custody arrangement and a parenting time schedule. The mediator guides discussions without taking sides or making decisions. Mediation is voluntary, confidential, and impartial.
Mediation helps parents plan for their children's futures in a supportive setting; increases trust and improves communication between parents; and helps parents to develop new skills to handle future disagreements.
One three-hour mediation session is offered at no charge; however, both parents must first attend the Focus on Children class before mediation will be scheduled. Additional mediation sessions are $150 per 90-minute session.
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