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Online Divorce Mediation

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Every day, we use the Internet in one form or another. We use it to stay connected with our loved ones through social media, we use it to check our e-mail, pay bills and surf the web for just about anything you can think of. The advance of technology over the years has paved the way for an efficient, sometimes more convenient, dispute resolution process for divorce – online divorce mediation.


Online mediation delivers all the benefits of standard divorce mediation, while applying user-friendly technology, to make your divorce as stress-free and efficient as possible. Heightened emotions, mistrust and even fear can lead to stress and anxiety in face-to-face situations. Participating in online mediation cannot only help diffuse tense situations, it also gives you more flexibility your busy schedule.


Just as if you were mediating face-to-face, online mediation consists of your mediator actively guiding you and your spouse through mediation process. During your online mediation session, your mediator will help identify, negotiate and resolve all of the issues required for your uncontested divorce including parenting plan, child support, alimony, dividing marital property, etc. Just like an in-person mediation, you and the other party will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with all parties present in the mediation.


Whether you choose online mediation for convenience or comfort, you and your spouse will be able to complete the divorce mediation process in your own separate locations and connect with your mediator through a conference call and easy to use screen-sharing software.


Divorce or custody mediation can allow conflicts to be resolved in a shorter time frame than traditional litigation. For today’s busy couples, online mediation is the way to go. To find out whether mediation is a good fit for your situation, contact us today by calling 443-741-1147 or make an appointment on our website to set up your online mediation or consult with an experienced mediator.