FAQ

My spouse is not sure mediation will work?

  • Mediation is voluntary and means both parties must be willing to meet to attempt to work through all required issues. Mediation is successful with more than 90% of all couples.

Where do we meet?

  • We have more than 10 office locations; including Andover, Waltham, Burlington, Norwell, Newton, Marlborough, Framingham, Attleboro, Boston and Cambridge. Please click here for a full directory.

What are our payment options?

  • We normally require a reasonable retainer. We will work with you on cost based upon your gross, yearly income. Final payment is expected upon the completion of all paper work.

What would I pay toward child support?

  • We will calculate your child support payment.  Mediation makes it possible to make sure the child support payment works for both parties and meets Court requirements.

Will I have to pay alimony to my spouse?

  • The alimony law will be explained in detail. Whether alimony is called for is discussed with the mediator. Alimony may be waived, in certain cases, by mutual consent or by “buying out” alimony interests with other assets; many cases do not require any alimony.

Do you offer flat fee mediation?

  • Yes, we offer a very reasonable “flat fee rate” mediation which includes all Court filings and up to 3 hours of in-person mediation.

Can my spouse remain on my insurance plan after we are divorced?

  • Yes, normally depending upon the plan. Some plans do not allow post–divorce coverage of the other spouse.

If one spouse cannot afford to buy out the other, does our home have to be sold?

  • No, mediation can work out a plan wherein both spouses remain co-owners.
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