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    Inglewood Family & Divorce Mediator

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    Mediation Encourages Collaboration, Cooperation and Mutual Respect

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Family and Divorce Mediator in Inglewood

Are you searching for a divorce mediator near Inglewood? Are you looking for a cost effective approach to resolving your divorce? Are you wondering if mediation is the right route for you?

Leyla Balakhane is a distinguished and experienced mediator, facilitator, coach, and trainer near Inglewood specializing in highly-charged divorce and family mediation. She is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) Arbitration Panel, a Certified Practitioner of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators (APFM), and an active member of the Southern California Mediation Association.

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Going through a divorce can be emotionally taxing, extremely costly, and legally confusing. Choosing divorce mediation can help alleviate those challenges as mediators support individuals in processing any issues that arise, all while maintaining the autonomy and agency of those involved. If you are looking to file for divorce, mediation will create a space for you to find amicable resolutions with less conflict and legal costs.

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Recently Divorced: Now What?

Moving on after a divorce is difficult, and co-parenting complicates this process by shoring up a lot of the negative emotions surrounding a failed marriage. Partners are required to keep interacting with each other on a personal level on a regular basis, which can make forward progress seem impossible. It is thus important to adopt [...]

Tips for Meaningful Dating

Dating after ending a marriage is daunting, and many people find themselves at a loss when trying to connect romantically with other people. It is important to look at the world with new eyes and a fresh perspective because every person and experience will not necessarily end in heartbreak. The following article lists mantras to [...]

How to Tell Your Kids You’re Dating Again

Understandably, telling your kids you are seeing new people is difficult. They could react in a variety of ways. At worst, they could be angry at you for attempting to “replace” their other parent, and at best, they could completely accept your choice to begin dating again. Your children may not understand what it means [...]
Mediation is a private and confidential process. Spouses meet with their mediator as often as agreed upon to finalize an agreement they are happy with, with no public record attached. At the end of the process, the final agreement is taken to court to make it an official order, making that document the only public record of the divorce. The value of assets and debts can even remain private in your final agreement so that they are not explicitly shared in public records.

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