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When To Mediate?


Divorce mediation is a great option for all couples looking for an effective and mutually beneficial way to conclude the process. A form of alternative dispute resolution, mediation can be utilized to avoid litigation in many situations.

  • Divorce Agreements
    • Parenting Plans
    • Temporary Orders
    • Modifications to Existing Orders
    • Custody and Visitation Modifications
  • Family Mediation
    • Divorce Prevention
    • Pre/Post-Nuptial Agreements
    • Estate/Probate
    • Care of Elderly Parents
  • Civil Mediation
    • Small Claims
    • Civil Cases
    • Personal Injury
    • Community Mediation
  • Business Mediation
    • Partnerships
    • Contracts
    • Business/Customer
    • Landlords/Tenants
    • Contractors/Homeowners
  • Workplace Mediation
    • Employer/Employee Mediation
    • Workers Compensation
    • Wrongful Termination

Divorce & Family Mediation

Family mediation is a process that helps people work out the details of their financial arrangements following separation. It can also be used for people who need to develop a comprehensive parenting plan. It lets them stay in control.

The goal is to find a solution that works for all parties. The mediator will help you make a binding agreement. Through PRM’s Certified Mediators, thousands of families have been able to reach an agreement on financial arrangements following separation.

The process is significantly less time-consuming and costly than going to court. It can also help save you money. In most cases, the mediator will work with couples that are separating in ways that are flexible and suit their individual needs.


Business & Workplace Mediation


Availing the services of a mediator can help you resolve a business dispute. Through this process, a neutral third party helps guide both parties through a dialogue that will allow them to work out a mutually agreeable solution.

One of the many benefits of mediation is that it allows parties to keep control over the outcome of the conflict. As a result, the mediator and the parties can agree on a written agreement that is the most advantageous solution.

Getting Started

For more information on our mediation services, we encourage you to contact us for a thorough discussion on your options.

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