Mediation in Colorado is an interactive process where a neutral third party helps two parties resolve issues such as parenting time, the division of assets, what school your children will go to and much more.
The Court, especially in divorce, will usually require parties to mediate. Which is a good thing, as it can save a lot of money and stress for both parties.
Feel free to contact our mediation attorneys if you have additional questions.
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