At Triad, we have the resources to manage different levels of transition engagements, from the very simplistic to those who have more complex financial and emotional situations. Whatever your situation may be, we can tailor a plan based on your unique circumstance using our experience and expertise. Divorce Mediation works with our clients to navigate through the transition of divorce. This includes emotional support as well as physical support in completing all required court documents, service of required documents to parties, financial analysis and review, negotiation coaching, addressing the needs of the children involved through structured parenting plans, and the final marital settlement agreements. We have four primary models of service to reflect the needs of our clients.
We also assist with QDRO preparation, MSA/stipulated judgment and summary dissolution at discounted pricing. All paperwork is completed by a bonded, licensed LDA. Our team of professionals includes a certified Divorce Financial Analyst and Financial Planner (CDFA, CFP), a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), experienced Family Law Attorneys, Legal Document Assistant and Client Case Manager.
We offer couples an initial 30-minute consultation to assess your situation and to see if we are a good fit for your circumstances. You will know exactly how much and how long the process will take at the conclusion of the first consultation. Not every divorce situation needs the full menu of available services and we can customize the specific steps needed in your situation such as legal separation, post-nuptial agreements, customized financial analysis, special interim agreements, updated parenting plans, and court paperwork. Triad’s model is less than either a litigated divorce or a collaborate process but retains professionals experienced in the law and who are collaborative by nature.
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