Voluntary, Confidential, and Neutral
What is Divorce Mediation?
Divorce Mediation provides a neutral place for couples to have difficult conversations in a supportive environment.
Mediation is a process where divorcing couples work with a neutral co-mediation team consisting of two Mediators who function as neutral third parties. The Mediators help couples by facilitating conversation, assisting with communication and understanding, and helping couples navigate all issues required to be addressed in order to get a divorce in Massachusetts.
If agreement is reached in all areas, the Mediators can draft a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) encompassing all the couple has agreed to in their own words (A Memorandum of Understanding is not a legal document). The MOU can be taken to an attorney who can utilize it to create a Separation Agreement.
Family Service of Central Massachusetts is committed to providing services to the Worcester community regardless of income.
Dispute Resolution Options Made Simple
Proud Members of the National Association for Community Mediation
Working in cooperation with the Office of the Attorney General, the Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration, and the Massachusetts Trial Court.
If you would like more information about our mediation services, training programs or you are interested in volunteering, please contact us by phone or email.