Step 1.
Gather and Organize Information.


 ▪The Court requires extensive information in a specific format.

 ▪This will help you make informed decisions.


We can help you put your data in order so it is easier to:
 ▪ understand
 ▪ work with
 ▪ satisfy “due diligence”

This will help you find out
▪ what information you have

 ▪ what information you need
 ▪ how to get that information
▪ what decisions you must make

This step will save money, time and stress whatever else you decide to do.

Your life. Your family. Your decisions.

Step 3.
Prepare the Paperwork.


The Court requires specific forms  completed with specific information.

You have gathered the information and made the decisions, now:
▪ do it yourself
▪ request our help
▪ request an attorney to do it


You have already done the work, any way you now choose will cost less, take less time and be less stressful.

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Mediation Jones

Terence Gray Jones, Esq.

Attorney & Counselor at Law / Mediator & Family Law Coach

Step 2.
Decide What’s Important To You.

If you don’t decide how to share your rights and duties, the Court will decide for you.

We will listen to you!

We will help you think about
 ▪ what you need now
 ▪ what you will need in the future.

 ▪ what works in your life
 ▪ different ways to make it work in your life

These questions can be complex and difficult. We’ve helped many others find their answers; we’ll help you find yours.


Making informed decisions now allows you to move forward knowing what outcomes are important to you.

Please call for your
Free Initial Consultation