Our Family Mediator

Helping families navigate divorce in Colorado

Seeking an easier path forward?

Effective Conflict Resolution

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a way of negotiating a divorce without going through the draining, expensive process of going to court. In mediation, the parties work through a mediator to come to an equitable agreement.

Why Mediate?

The cost of attending mediation is significantly less than hiring independent counsel. Oftentimes, parties attend mediation without consulting or retaining counsel. This is a huge cost saving to the parties.

We Serve the Denver-Boulder Metro Area

Travel within the Denver Metro area is free

(720) 261-3692
info@ourfamilymediator.com
Monday – Friday | 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

We Serve the Denver-Boulder Metro Area

Travel within the Denver Metro area is free

(720) 261-3692
info@ourfamilymediator.com
Monday – Friday | 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Our Family Mediator

Helping families navigate divorce in Colorado

Our Family Mediator

Helping families navigate divorce in Colorado

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a form of “Alternative Dispute Resolution,” and is a confidential process conducted with a neutral facilitator, i.e., the mediator, to identify and resolve issues associated with parents who do not live together or are going through a divorce.

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Why Mediate?

Parties can mediate issues whether or not the matter is pending before the Court and without counsel present. Attending and settling in mediation cuts months if not years off your case. Being in the same room for mediation is not required.

Click to learn more

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a form of “Alternative Dispute Resolution,” and is a confidential process conducted with a neutral facilitator, i.e., the mediator, to identify and resolve issues associated with parents who do not live together or are going through a divorce.

Click to learn more

Why Mediate?

Parties can mediate issues whether or not the matter is pending before the Court and without counsel present. Attending and settling in mediation cuts months if not years off your case. Being in the same room for mediation is not required.

Click to learn more

Seeking an easier path forward?

Effective Conflict Resolution