Family Law Mediation is a process available for couples who want to either divorce, resolve custody or other support matters or who are seeking to stop the ongoing battle that often present itself post-divorce.  At Connecticut Mediation & Arbitration Services, LLC, we encourage the participants to seek a resolution to their problems by instilling cooperation and respect as they navigate the process.

Our divorce mediation services allow the participants to maintain control of the process with the help of our certified divorce mediator and agree upon a fair and equitable dissolution of your marriage. The process of mediation reduces the stress on each of you because you make all of the decisions together.  It can further reduce the stress on your children.

A typical litigated family law matter can take months or even years to resolve.  By mediating your family law matter, you create your own agreement and agree to the timing, rather than having a judge decide what is best for you and your family. The parenting plan, the division of marital property, child support and the financial issues will be agreed upon in the privacy of our meetings. The divorce mediation services can be provided in our offices in Guilford, Connecticut or we can meet at a neutral location throughout Connecticut.

What kinds of family law matters can be mediated?

  • Divorce
  • Custody and Support of minor children
  • Parenting plans of the minor children
  • Support of special needs children
  • Alimony
  • Division of marital property including residence, personal property, retirement accounts, etc.
  • Post-Divorce issues

Areas of Service

Personal Injury

Personal Injury

Our Personal Injury panel includes highly skilled former litigators who have gained the trust and respect of both plaintiff and defense bars, as well as insurance counsel.

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Family Law

Family Law Mediation is a process for couples who want to either divorce, resolve custody or other support matters or are seeking to stop the ongoing battle post the divorce and can cooperate in the process.

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Estate and Probate

Mediation is a proven way to avoid the long-term adverse consequences of litigating family property, inheritance, and trust disputes.

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