Divorce mediation can be used as an alternative or supplement to traditional divorce litigation resulting in an uncontested divorce. In a divorce mediation session, a mediator facilitates the discussion between the husband and wife by assisting with communication and providing information and suggestions to help resolve differences.

At the end of the mediation process, the separating parties have typically developed a tailored divorce agreement that can be submitted to the court.

Mediation is one of the few options for resolving differences amiably (civilly), and can save you thousands of dollars in court time, attorneys’ fees and lost wages – even if only a few issues are resolved.

Probably the most popular reason for using mediation is that you maintain control of the outcome – leading toward a more peaceful existance after divorce.

Divorce mediation can be significantly less expensive than litigation; and understandably, the rate of adherence to mediated agreements is higher than that of adherence to court orders.

Watch to learn just a few of the reasons to avoid fighting in court.

What our clients say

Samples of the many positive results we’ve contributed to

...The thing that pleased me about Mike is that his motivation was about my son’s well-being, he was not just a “case” to him... Annette H., Goddard, KS
...Within a few weeks after contacting DRS we received another statement from the hospital, but this time the balance due after insurance was $0.00! We really appreciated the help. Jamie D., Wichita, KS
...This resulted in an uncontested divorce and eliminated all of the fighting in court so many people I know have experienced, and minimized the need for lawyers. Cara W., Andover, KS
...Ultimately, negotiated agreements resulted in him owing only $1,500.00 and several hours of community service. Needless to say, we are grateful for his efforts. Brian M., Derby, KS

Training Seminars


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