“Most couples already have a sense of what is fair and what is right. It’s my role to provide a sound process that reflects a couple’s unique needs.”
No one understands your needs or the issues of your marriage more closely than you and your spouse and, for that reason, more and more divorcing couples are choosing mediation. Put simply, mediation is a voluntary process that allows divorcing couples to totally create the terms of their separation agreement. The process is less stressful, less expensive and significantly easier than navigating in court.
Divorcing couples begin the process by working with a neutral facilitator, or mediator, who creates a confidential environment where both sides are heard and informed decisions can be made. Unlike an attorney, a mediator does not represent either side, but either side may consult with independent counsel at any time. Unlike a judge, a mediator does not make decisions, but provides a structure for cooperative decision making.
As your mediator, Ms. Silbert will work to ensure both parties’ needs have been brought to the table and that any final agreement fairly represents what both sides discussed and agreed upon. If acceptable to both parties, a binding agreement can be signed and the divorce can be finalized.
As a licensed attorney and highly experienced mediator, Ailie L. Silbert Law and Mediation helps divorcing couples:
Learn more about Ailie or schedule a meeting today.