The benefits of the Just – Mediate approach to family mediation include the following:

  • Fosters a higher quality of interaction and experience with the other person
  • Allows more meaningful possibilities and requests to be made because of the benefit of a third party neutral facilitator
  • Promotes thorough and informed decision making
  • Restores personal integrity
  • Promotes communication and clarity
  • Benefits children and others by reducing conflict
  • Promotes cooperation or respected boundaries for parents
  • Allows people to control the decisions that affect their lives
  • Is less costly than litigation
  • Is more satisfying than litigation or avoidance
  • Is private and confidential, avoiding public disclosure of personal matters
  • Can often be completed in less time than litigation, so parties can move ahead with their lives

*There are limits to confidentiality in situations with abuse or violence.

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