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Who Else Can Help You While You Are Mediating?


  • CPA, Tax Preparer - to help you understand the tax choices and implications of a potential settlement
  • Financial Planner, Certified Divorce Planner - to help you make a detailed plan for the future, and identify personal needs and predict the long-term effect of various options considered
  • Appraiser, Real Estate Agent, Mortgage Broker, Bank - to help you explore options around selling a house, refinancing a house and/or buying a house.
  • Debt Counseling and Consolidation Services - to help you work out a plan for paying off debt (look for non-profit companies)


  • Attorney - to help you understand the legal process and analyze your options in with an understanding of predicted outcomes in the legal system (the attorney may act in a consulting role or a representative role)


  • Books, Internet Resources, Videos, etc. - self-help resources to help you learn about divorce and separation, to understand the process and your own reactions to it (For an outstanding example of an Oregon site, see www.ojd.state.or.us)


  • Individual Therapist - to help you to process your feelings and find ways to move forward
  • Group Therapist - to help you normalize and see the success of others
  • Couples Therapist - to help the two of you to focus on deeper relational work than mediation offers
  • Psychiatrist - if you might need deeper treatment and/or medical intervention


  • County Mandated or Private Classes - to help you to understand your child's needs and point of view


  • Vocational Counselor - to help you to form a career plan
  • College Counselor - to help you explore specific programs, admittance requirements, timeline, costs
  • Transitional Classes - to help you gain self-confidence and practical skills for re-entry into the workforce (formerly called "Displaced Homemaker" classes)

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