Divorce is something that you experience (if you are lucky) only once in your lifetime at most. So, if you and your family are facing a divorce, you want to work with an experienced and talented professional who can help you navigate the process with as much ease as possible. Jeff Johnson, of Johnson Mediation, is a top Minnesota Divorce Mediator who specializes in helping families get through divorce with less emotional and financial stress. Jeff brings a wealth of professional expertise as well as personal knowledge of divorce. He understands Minnesota law and how hard this is for you and your family. He can effectively balance his professional knowledge with deep personal experience to provide you and your family the support that you need during divorce.
Conflict and family can go hand in hand. For the most part, we have the skills and experience to manage this conflict internally and move on with daily life. However, there are times when the conflict reaches a point where professional support is necessary. Johnson Mediation offers family mediation services to resolve all types of issues that you may be struggling with. Jeff Johnson is a family mediator near Chanhassen who can provide expert guidance through the mediation process so that you can find a way to solve these issues without further conflict and/or a court battle.
Johnson Mediation is one of the South Metro area’s most experienced Early Neutral Divorce Evaluators. If you are experiencing intense conflict in your impending divorce case, it could be an indicator of even more intense conflict to come. In such cases, working closely with an Early Neutral Divorce Evaluator can be extremely helpful. Divorce is not always characterized by extreme emotions and financial complications, but if your divorce is shaping up to be this way, we recommend contacting Johnson Mediation so that we can help you.
The word neutral is likely not the first word that comes to mind when you think about divorce. Divorce is generally characterized by high emotion, intense conflict, anger, blame and difficulty. This dynamic may have been in place for many years between you and your spouse, with very little possibility for change. Unfortunately, in traditional divorce cases that are litigated in the court system, conflict can actually rise during the divorce process, pinning the two parties against each other even further. However, there is another option for settling the terms of your divorce.
If you are moving through the divorce process and are not sure that you want to go through the traditional court system, you may want to consider completing an early neutral evaluation to get a sense of all of the facts in your case and how your case might be interpreted. There are two types of early neutral evaluations – financial early neutral evaluations and social early neutral evaluations. Jeff Johnson of Johnson Mediation is a male early neutral evaluation specialist in Minnetonka, MN who can guide you through the process in a productive way. Jeff has been through divorce himself and has devoted his career to helping couples navigate this complicated process.
A financial early neutral evaluation can help you settle the terms of your divorce related to dividing your assets and joint property. In many cases, once all information is shared with the other, resolution can be reached without ever setting foot into a courtroom. A financial early neutral evaluation is completely voluntary and can really only help you. If it works, you can complete an agreement that will be a part of your divorce settlement process.
Johnson 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