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The Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation offers a range of services by experienced attorneys, accountants, and therapist mediators who can help save you time, money, and stress.
The Alpha Center’s Newtown, PA office, located in the Newtown Historic District, provides a comfortable and private environment for our Bucks County divorce mediation clients. The handicapped-accessible facility also offers off-street, free parking.
Walking distance to shops and restaurants. The choices range from fast food to dine-in and fit any budget.
The Newtown office is accessible via the Pennsylvania Turnpike, I-95 and US 1 and Routes 332, 413 and 532.
The Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation offers a no-obligation, hour-long complimentary consultation with an attorney-mediator who will review all your important legal and practical concerns and explore the alternatives between litigation and mediation.
To schedule your complimentary consultation, please call (267) 352-3340 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening and Saturday appointments are also available at this location.
503 E. Washington Avenue, Suite 2D
Newtown, PA 18940.
Phone: (267) 352-3340
When a couple decides to divorce, there are many things to consider. One of the most important decisions is how to go about ending the marriage. There are two main options: traditional divorce and mediation. Each has its advantages and disadvantages, so it’s essential to understand both before deciding.
The traditional divorce process is the more common option. It involves hiring attorneys, going to court, and potentially going through a lengthy and contentious legal battle. The advantage of this option is that it allows both parties to have their say and to be heard by a judge. The disadvantage is that it can be costly, time-consuming, and emotionally draining.
Mediation, on the other hand, is a less traditional option. It involves hiring a mediator to help facilitate communication between the two parties. The advantage of this option is that it can be cheaper and faster than the traditional divorce process.
We have simplified the Bucks County divorce mediation process at the Alpha Center. By combining an elite team of divorce attorneys, parent mediators, accounts, and financial counselors we have created a unique divorce mediation process that creates a comprehensive, amicable divorce agreement at a reasonable cost. Your experienced neutral attorney mediator will draft a divorce agreement that includes the division of property, child support, parenting time, retirement plans, real estate, savings accounts, debt, and more.
Yes, divorce mediation agreements are written by a licensed divorce attorney, and 100% are binding. They are typically entered into through a written contract, and the divorce settlement agreement is legally binding once both parties have signed it. If one party breaches the agreement, they may be subject to legal action.
Divorce mediation agreements can help parties move on with their lives post-divorce. If you’re considering mediation, consult an experienced Alpha Divorce mediator to learn more about how these agreements work.
In Pennsylvania, divorce mediation costs are typically split between the parties involved. However, if one party cannot afford their portion, the other party may be responsible for covering the cost.