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Westfield Mediation, LLC
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Variety is the spice of life and, in general, I agree. Maybe that is why it is quite unusual in the field of mediation to do only mediation. Many mediators are lawyers or therapists and do mediation as an adjunct to their primary role as a lawyer or therapist. They can offer the service, but not solely have to rely on it as the only source of work.

Well, Westfield Mediation, LLC, is the exception to the general rule. We do not offer any variety. We only do divorce (or post-divorce) mediation. We believe in the process of mediation so much that we don't think of it as an add-on, but the theoretical and practical core of our work. We don't want to do some therapy or law and mix in a little mediation to add some diversity. We don't find doing just mediation boring or impractical. In fact, we feel that our clients benefit from our laser focus and expertise in doing only divorce mediation. The more you do mediation the more experience you have to fall back on when facing an impasse. We can tell current clients what past clients have done in similar situations, when facing important life decisions about their future. We have years of experience only doing divorce mediation. Since all we do is divorce mediation at Westfield Mediation, LLC, we can offer you more knowledge and understanding than someone who sort of does mediation every now and then. An experienced divorce attorney who attempts to do mediation may be in business for over 20 years, but has only done a handful of mediation cases.

If you want to get divorced using divorce mediation then use a full-time mediator, not someone who dabbles in mediation. An important question to ask a potential mediator is how much of his/her time is spent doing divorce mediation. At Westfield Mediation, LLC, we don't have to stop to figure this out. We can immediately say with confidence that 100% of our time is spent doing divorce mediation. Not many other mediators can say that. If you are considering using a divorce mediator to help you stay in control of your divorce while you save time, money, and lower your stress during a stressful process, then use one that finds variety (in this case) unnecessary.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR
For more information about Divorce Mediation contact Randi M. Albert, JD, or Michelle Weinberg, LMFT, at Westfield Mediation, LLC, at(908) 913-0373 or or View our website


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