A Better Way.
South Shore Divorce Mediation
We guide families through divorce
with a cooperative approach.
Meet Our Mediators
Take the Wheel. Don’t Hand Your Life Over to Courts and Lawyers.
Spouses don’t need to like each other to mediate their divorce. They only need to share an intention to avoid court. Mediation maximizes control over the divorce process for spouses who share this goal.
No risk, no commitment, no retainer.
With pay-as-you-go mediation, you only pay for the mediation services you use.
Divorce Mediation vs. Traditional Divorce
Why is divorce mediation the better choice for some families?
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