How Does Divorce Mediation Work in 2024?

Divorce mediation continues to evolve as more practitioners adopt the collaborative method and technologies develop, making mediation sessions more accessible. In Overland Park, KS, Elizabeth Hill of The Hill Law Firm, P.C. continues to serve her clients across Kansas City from Johnson County to the Northland in family law, including collaborative divorce and divorce mediation,  both in person and virtual sessions.

During divorce mediation, couples meet with a neutral mediator to discuss their options, address concerns, discuss goals and interests, and develop mutually agreed upon short- and long-term solutions. These meetings can be conducted in person or over secure video calls. Because Elizabeth Hill is also a licensed attorney, she can act as your mediator and prepare all of the court documents, settlement agreements, parenting plans, and assist with navigating through the court system. 

Couples can decide if they want to meet together or separately to determine the best outcome for their divorce. The Hill Law Firm, P.C.  also offers clients the added support of a divorce coach and financial neutral to assist with managing emotions, future financial planning, talking to children about divorce, co-parenting, and support during and after the divorce process. Elizabeth has over 30 years of experience practicing family law and has established an excellent rapport with other family law attorneys and judges. She received an AV Peer Review Rating from her peers through Lexis Nexis Martindale-Hubbell, recognizing her adherence to professional standards of conduct and the highest level of professional excellence.

The Hill Law Firm, P.C. practice offers divorce mediation, collaborative mediation, and collaborative divorce services in Overland Park, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, serving the Northland counties of Clay County and Platte County, Missouri. You will receive one-on-one attention throughout the process. Documentation necessary to conclude your divorce through the court will be prepared correctly and efficiently. To schedule a consultation or obtain more information about divorce options such as mediation, collaborative mediation, or collaborative divorce, you may contact her office by completing the form on the contact page or by calling 913-381-1500.