Complete Your Mediation When
and Where It Suits You Best
Much less expensive and time-consuming than traditional divorce procedures, mediation is ideally suited for those wishing to find an amicable resolution through thoughtful, respectful discussion rather than the unnecessary adversarial accusations and argument which accompany the courtroom.
Why is virtual mediation the ideal way to carry out a divorce?
LESS STRESS, LESS TIME, LESS MONEY
If you know anyone who has gotten a divorce, ask them how it went with their attorney. We’re willing to bet that they’ll tell you it took forever, that it cost a fortune, and that overall, it was a horrible experience. At Talk Mediation, our attorney-mediators chose to leave the courtroom in favor of the mediation room because it is better, smarter, financially responsible, and above all, more fair to everyone involved.
At Talk Mediation, you will get all of the expertise of a divorce or family law attorney but at a fraction of the cost. Our New York state divorce mediation experts make sure that you and your spouse, and when applicable, your children, are all going to be okay at the end of the divorce because that’s simply how it should be.
LIFE IS BUSY – VIRTUAL MEDIATION IS CONVENIENT
Mediation is already a smarter divorce alternative thanks to being on your time instead of the court’s. Take that to the next level with virtual mediation sessions that are completed from the comfort and security of your home or office. This allows you not only to save time otherwise spent on travel, but potentially money. Say goodbye to worrying about finding childcare or scheduling a sitter – with virtual mediation services, children are at the top of mind and their comfort and safety is a priority. And, because you never leave the privacy of your home, you’re able to discreetly handle your divorce without being seen going to and from the mediation office.
REDUCE CONFLICT AND EASILY COMPLETE YOUR DIVORCE
If you are experiencing high levels of stress or contention while working with your partner through the divorce process, virtual mediation is a great way to still handle the split amicably without the added pressure of being face-to-face with your partner. In just 3-5 two-hour virtual sessions, every issue will be addressed and agreed on; your attorney-mediator will make sure that all of your paperwork reflects your joint decisions and is articulated with the legal expertise only attorneys can bring. Plus, if being physically together isn’t possible due to distance or other outstanding circumstances, then virtual sessions still allow you to complete the divorce efficiently and cost effectively.
Virtual mediation also makes it easier to share documents between parties, especially if communication outside the mediation process is unproductive or uncomfortable. By holding mediation sessions virtually, we can easily bring together other necessary consultants, like mortgage bankers, accountants, counselors, and attorneys, without needing to schedule large amounts of their time.
SAME QUALITY ATTORNEY-MEDIATOR SUPPORT
Rest assured, your virtual sessions will still be led by our experienced and certified New York state divorce mediation attorney-mediators. Our attorney-mediators have chosen mediation over litigation for one reason because they know it’s benefits after spending years in the courtroom. They’ve seen the dysfunction, corruption, and unjust outcomes of the divorce and family courts first-hand and will do everything they can to offer a smoother, more amicable experience for all parties involved.
MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT MEDITATION
MEDIATION IS HANDLED BY SOCIAL WORKERS
Talk Meditation brings in attorney-mediators for a smarter alternative to divorce and family courts. It gives people the option to discuss and resolve issues with an unbiased guide without the stress of the courtroom for months or years. Because our New York state divorce mediation experts are licensed lawyers, documents are prepared in house and are legally sound.
A MEDIATOR MIGHT MAKE BIASED DECISIONS
In mediation, you make all of the decisions. The mediator is there to facilitate communication between parties, covering every issue, big or small. As a lawyer, the mediator is there to answer all of your questions about the law, make legally binding agreements for clients, and work as an unbiased guide to help you focus on resolutions rather than conflict.