Self Represented Litigant Mediation

A mediation  for self-represented parties allows for both parties to make the decision to not hire attorneys and attempt to go through the process on their own. A mediator can help the self-represented parties with mediating their issues prior to or after the filing of a case with the courts.

Mediation can be beneficial for those that wish to keep the cost of a divorce low, while still hiring a professional that can help mediate all issues the parties have including but not limited to Equitable Distribution, Alimony, Child Support, and Time-Sharing.

If the parties come to an agreement in the mediation, and a case has not been filed yet in the courts, the mediator can also help with the drafting of the initial documents the parties will need in order to file their case with the courts.

A Mediation for self-represented parties can handle all family cases including but not limiting to Divorce, Paternity, Child Support, and Modifications.