San Diego, CA, April 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Couples who are contemplating divorce or are already in the process of making one of the biggest decisions in their life may contact A Fair Way Mediation Center to get off on the right foot. Richard Gordon, B.A., M.A., J.D., the chief mediator at A Fair Way is making time to provide valuable divorce mediation advice to both parties of new and/or prospective clients.
According to Gordon, who has been practicing divorce mediation in San Diego for nearly 20 years, communicating with both individuals in a relationship can be extremely fruitful when embarking on the life changing journey of divorce.
“We find that the process of solving issues goes more smoothly the sooner we get to ‘yes.’ Listening to both spouses, answering their questions about their rights and the process of reaching an agreeable marriage settlement agreement (MSA) can be hastened with a complimentary introductory session,” the experienced mediator said. “Mediation works best when both parties are on the same page with the same expectations when it comes to spousal support, division of assets, child custody and the numerous other issues to be resolved during the dissolution of a marriage.”
“At A Fair Way we help people ‘break up nicely,’" he says. “We’ve found that to do this we act as the fulcrum on the teeter tauter of emotions that divorce so frequently brings on.”
Gordon says staying out of court is only one of the many benefits of mediation, not the least of which is that it is less expensive than traditional divorce with each side hiring an adversarial attorney.
To find out more about the complimentary session (30 minutes for each party), call Rich Gordon directly at 619-702-9174 or visit www.afairway.com.
Located downtown, A Fair Way Mediation Center offers a relaxed, compassionate atmosphere in an informal setting that encourages a calm and objective approach. The safe space helps avoid the stress and embarrassment that courtroom procedures can inject into any divorce or separation. All couples are welcome, whether traditional or same sex families. Follow on Facebook/AFairWayMediationCenter and on Twitter @AFairWayMediate.
Contact: Rich Gordon 619-702-9174
Media: Georgi Bohrod 619-255-1661