Co-Divorce Mediation Support

Co-Divorce Mediation SupportCo-divorce mediation is a process that uses two different mediators to help resolve issues during the divorce mediation process. Very often, the two mediators’ styles complement each other in some way, using the strengths of each mediator to give a couple the best possible chance of success in the process. Johnson Mediation participates in co-divorce mediation services in Victoria, MN. Jeff is a highly experienced mediator with extensive professional experience in addition to having been through a difficult divorce himself. Jeff’s ultimate goal is to help couples make sound and productive decisions related to issues such as dividing property, child custody and spousal maintenance.

Pre-Divorce Mediation Consultation

Pre-Divorce Mediation ConsultationJohnson Mediation provides comprehensive divorce mediation services for residents of the Southern Metro area and we would be happy to help you navigate your divorce process from start to finish. One easily overlooked aspect of divorce are the stages leading up to divorce. Johnson Mediation offers pre-divorce mediation consultation services for couples who have questions about the process or are in need of support in making the decisions that are best for them.

Pre-divorce mediation services are sometimes overlooked because many couples fight against divorce for many years

Divorce Mediators In My Area

Divorce Mediators In my AreaTo find the right divorce mediator in Chanhassen, MN, look no further than Johnson Mediation. Johnson Mediation has helped many local divorcing couples get through one of the most difficult and stressful experiences in life by providing expert guidance, support and knowledge of Minnesota divorce law. We understand that the decision to end a marriage is a big one. Even for couples who know that divorcing is the right decision to make, the process remains a source of enormous stress.
This stress can be mitigated. Working with an experienced divorce mediator

Divorce Mediation with a Mediator who has Firsthand Experience

Divorce Mediation with a Mediator who has Firsthand ExperienceWhen you decide to hire a person or a company to perform any professional service for you, you may check references and inquire about experience to decide whether they are a good fit for the job you need completed. Experience and quality of work is especially important when deciding who to hire. Deciding on a divorce mediation service is extremely important – perhaps on the most important decisions you will make during the entire divorce process. Johnson Mediation wants you to feel comfortable with your mediator and confident in your choice. Jeff Johnson, founder and expert mediator at Johnson Mediation, brings extensive knowledge about Minnesota law, up to date mediation training and first-hand experience with divorce to each and every case he works on.

Chanhassen Mediation Services for Divorcing Couples

Chanhassen Mediation Services for Divorcing CouplesThe divorce process can be intimidating and seem very transactional after a marriage has dissolved. After all, deciding that a marriage is over is likely one of the most difficult of all decisions and is known to be one of the most stressful life events. Mediation gives you the opportunity to finalize the important aspects of a divorce, while giving your family (and even your ex) the respect and closure that you need to move forward in a healthy way. Johnson Mediation offers mediation services for divorcing couples in Chanhassen, MN. Our team focuses on helping you find solutions for you and your family that are fair, reasonable and workable.

Mediation Services in MN

Mediation Services in MNMediation is designed to solve problems without having to rely on the courts and a judge to make important decisions in your life. Mediation is a very commonly used Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process that empowers a couple to decide for themselves how to divide their joint property, split custody of their children and decide whether child support (or spousal support) is necessary. Minnesota courts now encourage all couples to try mediation before litigation – in large part because the courts cannot handle the volume of court cases on their schedule.