FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the benefits of mediation?
Is mediation appropriate for families with children?
How does mediation work?
What are the steps involved in mediation?
At your first mediation session, you review the mediation guidelines, identify the issues you need to discuss, as well as additional information which may be required. Then the mediator assists you in the development of available options to resolve these issues. If you can settle these matters, the mediator drafts a memorandum which incorporates the agreements you have reached. The mediator cannot force you to reach an agreement or make the final decisions for you.
What issues are dealt with in divorce mediation?
- Parenting time arrangements and legal decision-making
- Child Support – click here for the Arizona Child Support Calculator
- Division of community property
- Spousal maintenance
- Post-dissolution modifications
How long does mediation take?
What if I’ve already been to an attorney?
What does it cost?
How do I schedule an appointment?
Call (520) 881-2021
2 East Congress, Suite 1000
Tucson, Arizona 85701
3919 East Cooper St.
Tucson, Arizona 85711
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