Couples marry thinking that they will spend the rest of their lives together. This may not always be the case. When a marriage ends, it is difficult to keep your emotions in check while dividing up the life you lived together. It can be one of the hardest times in life. Worries about the future, the well being of the children, finances and debts can be overwhelming. I understand these concerns.
With over 25 years of experience, I am a reliable name in Domestic Mediation. Through my work at Suzanne Walter, LPC, I offer my services as a Divorce Mediator throughout the Denver Metro area. I have been mediating for over 25 years and I have worked with over 3000 cases. As a former Child Custody Evaluator and Licensed Counselor, I am attuned to the difficult issues of families and children. It is important to me to understand my client’s wants and needs to assist them in effectively resolving the elements of their divorce or separation.
Mediation helps families collaborate on issues of parenting time, decision making, child support, maintenance, division of assets and debts, in a way that works for them. Because of my experience, I can offer parties objective choices, which other families in similar situations have utilized. These are choices that take into account work schedules, distances, drive times, financial constraints and lifestyles.
One of the other benefits of mediation is that families can streamline the time it takes to resolve their issues or divorce, and realize a significant financial saving with limited Court time.
In addition to the financial issues in a divorce, I am skilled at helping families work out detailed parenting plans. Because of my mental health background, I am creative in assisting couples with effectively working out parenting plans for parents and/or children with special needs.
If you feel that my services as a divorce mediator could be right for you, give me a call now to set up a meeting.
Call Suzanne Walter at 720-220-8577. My office is at 2008A W. 120th Ste.8, Denver, CO 80234. Or, email my Scheduler at “email@example.com” for potential appointment dates that might work for both of you.
Mediators are not legal advisors and cannot give legal advice. I encourage parties to at least consult with an attorney.