Divorce Mediation

Are you overwhelmed with the prospect of an expensive, long-drawn-out court battle? The stress and expense of a typical divorce can take years off your life. Fortunately, there is an alternative: mediation. And that’s where we come in. 

489 New Circle Road

Lexington, KY 40509

(859) 475-1515

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Divorce Mediation

Divorce is a difficult process for everyone involved, and traditional litigation can be emotionally and financially draining.

Couples who are separating often find themselves in a hostile and adversarial environment, which can make it difficult to reach a fair and equitable agreement.

The high cost and lengthy timelines of traditional litigation can often exacerbate this situation, causing both parties to feel trapped in a cycle of conflict.

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Why Consider Mediation?

If you are going through a divorce and are looking for a more peaceful and cost-effective way to resolve your issues, mediation may be the right choice for you.

Mediation is a voluntary process in which a neutral third party, the mediator, helps facilitate negotiations between the parties to reach a mutually agreeable resolution.



Initial consultation

We begin by scheduling an initial consultation to discuss your situation and determine whether mediation is the right choice for you.


Mediation Sessions

During the mediation process, we will work with both parties to identify areas of agreement and negotiate terms of the divorce.



Once both parties have reached an agreement, we will draft a formal agreement for review and signature by both parties.


Court Filing

Once the agreement has been signed, we will file the necessary documents with the court to finalize the divorce.

Is Mediation for you?

If you are going through a divorce and want to avoid the high costs and emotional turmoil of traditional litigation, mediation may be the right choice for you.

We are committed to helping our clients find a more peaceful and cost-effective way to dissolve their marriage.

3 Biggest Benefits

Cost Effective

Mediation is often less expensive than traditional litigation because it does not require costly court appearances or lengthy legal battles.

Speeds Resolution

Mediation is typically a much faster process than traditional litigation, allowing couples to reach a resolution more quickly.


Mediation is a voluntary process, which means that both parties have the power to make decisions about their divorce, rather than leaving the outcome in the hands of a judge.


Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to get a divorce in Kentucky?

In Kentucky, the minimum waiting period for a divorce is 60 days after the filing of the divorce petition. However, the process can take longer if the divorce is contested and requires additional court hearings and negotiations.

What are the residency requirements for getting a divorce in Kentucky?

To file for divorce in Kentucky, either spouse must have been a resident of the state for at least 180 days before filing. Additionally, the divorce should be filed in the county where either spouse resides or where the couple last lived together.

How is child custody decided in a divorce?

Child custody is determined by considering the best interests of the child, which may include factors such as the child's age, health, and relationships with each parent.

How much child support will I have to pay?

Child support is calculated based on a variety of factors, including the income of each parent, the number of children, and the child's needs.

How long does a divorce take?

The length of a divorce can vary depending on the complexity of the case and whether the parties can agree on the terms of the divorce. Some divorces can be completed in a few months, while others can take years.

Do I need a lawyer to get a divorce?

While it is possible to get a divorce without a lawyer, it is often recommended to hire a lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected and that the divorce process goes smoothly.

How much will a divorce cost?

The cost of a divorce can vary widely depending on the complexity of the case, the length of the proceedings, and the hourly rate of the attorney. Some divorces may cost only a few thousand dollars, while others can cost tens of thousands of dollars.