The mediation process is far less time-consuming than getting a divorce through the courts. Indeed, in some mediation cases, couples find they can work through their issues in a single session. Others with more complex situations may require multiple mediation sessions to reach an amicable divorce settlement. The more effectively you and your partner can communicate and the fewer issues you need to resolve will result in less time needing to be spent in mediation.

Of course, every case is different, but on average you should expect to need three or four mediation sessions across a month or two. If your circumstances are more complicated, your case could take up to six months to resolve.

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