Our expert team has been helping couples in Nassau, Suffolk, NYC & Westchester for more than 30 years.
Now Offering Virtual Free Consultations and Mediation Sessions
Divorce Mediation Professionals will take you through the entire process. We help you mediate all of the issues related to your separation or divorce and formalize all required legal documents.
“Thanks for handling our situation with grace and professionalism. While this has been difficult for Doug and me, you’ve made the process as pain-free as it could be.”
Client, Long Island
“With your guidance, we were able–in a very short time–come to an understanding that we feel is fair to both of us in terms of property and child custody. Plus, your mediation has left us dealing with one another to such an amicable extent, that I’m sure we’ll be able to amend our agreement in the future if we need to.”
585 Stewart Avenue, Ste. 610
Garden City, NY 11530
tel: (516) 222-0101
fax: (516) 745-5745
Divorce Mediation has become a popular alternative to adversarial divorce proceedings as it saves families time, money and unnecessary emotional upheaval. It has helped countless couples achieve a more constructive divorce. Yet, there are still many misconceptions...
After you and your former spouse have successfully completed the mediation process, there are some important steps that you will need to take next. Of course, the specifics of these steps will depend on what was agreed upon at mediation, as well as your personal...
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Traditionally, when a couple with children divorces, one parent moves out of the family home into a new home. The custody or parenting plan that the family has splits the children’s time between the old family home and the new single-parent residence. But could there...