Marquette Alger
Resolution Service
The path to productive dispute resolution.

Specializing in Parenting Time and Divorce 

Parenting Time Mediation

Our Domestic Relations mediators are specifically trained and experienced in helping families work together to create new parenting time agreements, custodial issues, revise current court-ordered plans, or create a plan for making up missed time with the help of a trained mediator.

Conflicts may arise regarding communication, schedule changes, transportation responsibilities, shuttling the child’s clothing or toys back and forth, and vacations and extracurricular activities. In these cases, one parent may feel they have been denied their court-ordered parenting time, and a mediator can help families work together to find a solution.  If the issue is resolved, the mediator will write up an agreement that the parties can sign and submit to the court if appropriate.

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Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation is an alternative and/or an addition to the dispute resolution process that allows divorcing couples to work on negotiating a mutually acceptable agreement with the help of a neutral mediator.

A mediator does not have the authority to make decisions. Instead, a mediator works in a neutral capacity to facilitate agreement on any disputed financial or co-parenting issues.

The mediator will help both parties to understand the priorities and issues involved in the divorce, clear up any misconceptions, and write a legally binding agreement to reach a resolution.

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Call us to set up a consultation at 906-226-8600 or fill out this referral form and we will contact you.