Divorce Therapy


Mr. Cagan's goal is to make the mediation process as user-friendly and stress-free as possible. Therefore, how much and how thoroughly you choose to prepare for mediation is up to you. While it is helpful to prepare some basic information before the first joint session, we understand that this simply may not be possible with all the other things you need to take care of during this transition. Coming in with the information listed below will help us move forward more efficiently and possibly save some time and expense. However, this is also something we can talk about in the first joint session so that you can then prepare the information for discussion during the following mediation sessions. And of course, please feel free to call or email with any questions regarding this information.

Helpful Information:
1. Information on all your assets such as homes, cars, pensions, investments and

2. Information on all your liabilities such as mortgages, credit card debt or any other

     outstanding debts
3. Information on your children’s schedules
4. Information on the monthly income of each spouse
5. Information on the current monthly expenses