Online Mediation

Online Divorce Mediation is not for everyone and not every couple will be accepted into this Program.

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If you are eligible of this Online Divorce Mediation program, there are many benefits:

  • Convenience – You can mediate from the comfort of your home.
  • Cost – We offer a fixed fee service that includes the divorce mediation process, plus all of the forms you need to file for an uncontested divorce in the states that we serve. The fixed fee enables you to control and budget your costs. You can save thousands of dollars in legal fees and thousands of dollars in traditional mediation fees by using this process. Our fixed fee is $750 per couple which includes a final Marital Separation Agreement and all of the forms that you need to file for divorce in your state.
  • Anonymity – You don’t need to be in the physical room with your spouse during the mediation. Many spouses prefer not be in the same room with their spouse during mediation. If domestic violence is an issue in your marriage, Online Divorce Mediation is a good alternative to get your divorce resolved.
  • Speed – This process can be over in a day and you file your uncontested divorce after the required waiting period and get on with your life without incurring high legal fees.

Online Divorce Mediation takes place over the Internet in a private “chat” room where both parties can be present with the mediator. The mediator also can communicate privately with each party separately. Telephone and Skype conferencing calling is also used when necessary.

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible for this program:

  • One spouse must be a resident of the State of Maryland.

In addition:

  • You must have a high speed connection.
  • You must be comfortable expressing yourself in writing on the Internet. If you are not fluent in English this program is not for you.
  • Your dispute or conflict should be narrowly framed involving not more than one or two issues. For example, we do not mediate complex child custody disputes as these disputes do not lend themselves to Online Divorce Mediation.