Divorce Mediation California

California wrote the book on mediation.

Forms of alternative dispute resolution have been practiced in the Golden State since 1961. That’s at least 25 years longer than any other state, as far as we know.

And it’s that long history and community-wide commitment to keeping people out of court that makes us enjoy practicing in California so much.

Unlike other states where mediation may be an afterthought, in California, it’s not only the first thought, but often the only thought.

Allowing California divorce mediators like us to focus on the issues that matter most to couples. Instead of trying to explain how mediation works or getting them to realize just how much time, money and heartache they could save if only they'd mediate.

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It was convenient and cost effective to mediate with Equitable Mediation. And the best part was working with Cheryl and Joe. Their knowledge and expertise was outstanding and their compassion and encouragement was greatly appreciated.

They made a stressful, difficult process easy to navigate and manage. I'm very impressed!!
- K.E.
former client, Encinitas, CA
What advice would I give someone who is considering working with Equitable Mediation? I would tell them to do it 100%! 
- R.K.
former client, Sherman Oaks, CA
I loved having Cheryl available for coaching throughout mediation. It made a huge difference in my confidence and how I interacted with my wife between sessions.

And it kept the conflict at bay!
- D.A.
former client, Pasadena, CA

California Divorce Mediation Locations, How to Get Started and FAQ's:

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Whether you work inside the home or outside of it, have minor children, grown children or are child-free, have been married a short time or have been together for many years, a California divorce through mediation is the best way to peacefully and cost-effectively end your marriage out of court.

If you and your spouse have agreed to divorce and you both want to mediate, take the next step and book an initial meeting for the two of you.

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Or if you’re early in the process, learn how you benefit by mediating your divorce.




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