About Divorce Mediation
People use mediators to reach fair agreements and to avoid the distress and expense of litigation, and for good reason. Studies show that mediation results in:
- Significant financial savings for each person
- A settlement that reflects the goals of each person
- Better adjustment for children
- Improved communication between ex‐spouses
- Reduced federal and state tax consequences
- Cooperative parenting skills
- A fair and reasonable settlement
CDPINE: Our Goal – A Cooperative & Efficient Approach
Although divorce can be an adversarial and expensive process, we are able to provide something different: a cooperative and efficient approach to separation and divorce.
To help you to make well‐informed decisions with clarity and confidence regarding your children and your finances. The mediators at the Certified Divorce Planning Institute of New England will write a memorandum of understanding that is fair to each person.
CDPINE MEDIATION: Helping Clients Since 2008
Our institute has guided clients to create an equitable solution for their divorce. Our goals are to help you conserve financial resources and minimize emotional turmoil by creating a cooperative approach on the issues of a divorce settlement. A mediator writes an understanding that is fair to each person and does not disadvantage either party. We will demystify the legal divorce process so that your court appearance is brief and your settlement acceptable to the family and probate court judge.
Find out about our Mediation Process
Read our Mediation Fees