What Goes On At Divorce Mediations? Sample Agenda Here.

Thanks to my friend and colleague, Jennifer Keaton, the founder and voice of One Mediation, for sharing this guest blog post about using a mediator in your divorce.  Jennifer will also be presenting at the DivorceTown Help & Hope Fair in Atlanta on September 27, 2013.  

divorce mediation

Mediation is a confidential process.  This confidentiality can make mediation seem mysterious, inaccessible, and even scary when it involves divorce.  Save family lawyers and divorce mediators, most individuals facing divorce are uncertain about the divorce process that occurs in open court.

The unknown is often feared.  Thus, the secrecy of mediation, generally viewed as a positive attribute, can be its own worst enemy particularly in the divorce context.   Dispelling some of the mystery, a sample agenda for a divorce mediation can be accessed here.

To learn more about divorce mediation, there are mediation coaches and frequent seminars offered by One Mediation.  Call 404-720-0599 to register for upcoming seminars or to schedule an appointment with a mediation coach.

Jennifer Keaton, One Mediation

Jennifer Keaton is an attorney and registered mediator in Georgia.  As a mediator, Ms. Keaton helps divorcing parties to focus their time and energy on solutions as it relates to parenting challenges and needs, division of assets and debts, and support issues.  In mediation, Ms. Keaton is known for helping parties find creative solutions to complex problems that still provide greater certainty and predictability as the family transitions forward.  Ms. Keaton’s legal background coupled with a past career as a school teacher is often sought by divorcing parents who have their children’s best interests at heart.

Facebook Twitter Email
Post Written by