We Create Peace

Money can be a contentious subject for debate among couples, often leading to heated arguments and prolonged fighting.  Couples need to discuss and settle all elements of assets, liabilities, child support, and alimony or spousal support.  A mediator can assist in finding common ground in the division of assets and liabilities.

Our mediators provide worksheets and spreadsheets to help you build a balance sheet, understand cash flow, and the implications of asset division.  As needed, we will bring in other professionals to gather and understand financial information and concerns.  These professionals may include a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, a mortgage broker, a realtor, an investment broker, and a CPA or tax professional.

In mediation, many creative solutions can be found dealing with assets and debts.  There are times when parties wish to retain the residential home.  The home must be valued and refinanced, or some agreement reached on how to treat the home if not refinanced for a period of time.  Measures are written into the final documents to spell out special provisions and agreements protecting each party.

Debt load and disbursement can be a large concern.  Options are explored and sought before any documents freeze assets and debts by filing with the courts.  In mediation, all agreements are reached and sometimes acted upon before filing.  This often allows alternative options that might not be considered otherwise.  Below is a list of helpful documents to bring to mediation:



Divorce Agreement Worksheet  (PDF)

Documents for Verification  (PDF)

Cash Flow Budget  (Excel)

Financial Spreadsheet  (Excel)


Please make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader installed on your computer when downloading the worksheet.  For assistance with obtaining forms and files, please contact us.