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Schedule our easy 3-Step Divorce Without Court assessment process.
During this 3-step assessment, I’ll listen to your story, help you understand your situation better, clarify your divorce options, and explore whether Divorce Without Court is your best option.
Call (email or text) us for more information, or better yet: schedule a free 20-minute individual telephone consultation.
Ask your spouse to contact us (call, email or text) us for more information, or better yet: schedule a free 20-minute individual telephone consultation. We can coach you through this sometimes difficult conversation.
We prefer each spouse to contact us individually, so I know the process begins on an even footing, and to confirm that both are open to the possibility of participating in Divorce Without Court with IPennLaw. Remember – we’ll neutral, we don’t take sides.
The last step of the assessment process is our Divorce Without Court Conference.
Generally, we will contact both spouses to schedule a 1.5 to 2-hour conference (in person or via video conferencing). Fee: $500.00 ($250.00 per spouse).
During the Initial Divorce Without Court Conference,
- you and your spouse will learn about the Divorce Without Court mediation process;
- you’ll find out what to expect from beginning-to-end;
- we’ll discuss the fees involved; and
- I’ll answer your questions.
By the end of our conference, I will have had the opportunity to get to know each spouse a little more and I’ll have a basic understanding of each spouse’s perspective of the issues involved in divorce.
And you will have had an experience of working with me, that will help your decide whether I’m the right guide for your journey through your divorce.
If you are not fully satisfied within the first 30 minutes of your Initial Divorce Without Court Conference, you won’t be charged a penny; your entire assessment fee will be refunded to you.
We are also very flexible.
Some divorcing couples prefer all meetings to be separately. Sometimes it’s because of different time preferences or schedules. And sometimes divorcing couples prefer not to be in the same room (or on the same video conference).
Our Divorce Without Court packages can be custom tailored to fit your preferences and we can structure your Divorce Without Court process so it works best for both of you.
It’s essential for both spouses to attend an Initial Divorce Without Court Conference. Your mediation process will always be faster, less expensive and more successful, when both spouses are willing to fully participate during the entire process.
“Willingness” is the key. I will provide a safe environment for everyone to be successful. That’s my part. Your part is to show up and participate.
A clear picture of everyone’s personal objectives makes all the difference.
Together, we co-create a step-by-step comprehensive and stress-free plan to follow towards your stated goals.
Still asking the question: Is Divorce Without Court right for me (us)?
After 30+ years of experience; I can assure you, a mediated (negotiated) divorce is almost always the best choice.
- Less Cost – Your financial and emotional, and the cost to all involved and affected by your divorce, will be much lower.
- More Control – You will be deciding what the outcome of your divorce looks like and how that will impact your future, not a judge or jury.
- Faster – Your mediated divorce can end in months, not drag out for years.
- More Final – Mediated Divorce Settlements are less likely to need to go to court to revisit resolved issues for court enforcement or other court action years down the road.
If you (or your spouse) are still on the fence, call us for more information about the divorce mediation process or about me as your divorce mediator.
We can help you with your next Divorce Without Court step.
If you both believe mediation is a possible option for you, we can schedule your Initial Divorce Without Court Conference (with My Guarantee).
Generally, we will contact both spouses to schedule a 1.5 to 2-hour conference (in person or via video conferencing). However, if you both believe this might be a good direction, either spouse can start the conference scheduling process at any time.
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IPennLaw | Divorce Mediation
Irven B. Penn, Esq.