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TruNorth Mediation – Bethesda, MD

Address: 3 Bethesda Metro Center

Bethesda, MD 20814

Phone: 484.321.6990

TruNorth Divorce Mediation provides mediation services in Bethesda, Maryland with CDFA's who are divorce financial experts and coaches. You'll be assured of an optimal settlement that takes into consideration accurate valuations on properties, businesses owned, pensions, retirement accounts, and stock options. We look at taxes, asset growth, risk, and both short and long-term implications on both spouses' financial health. TruNorth Divorce provides forensics when necessary and separate property tracing when applicable. Add to that that our mediators are also certified as divorce coaches and you get the guidance you need to deal with emotional, practical, and financial considerations at the forefront. 100% legally compliant.

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3 Key Things to Look for in a Divorce Mediator in Pennsylvania

3 Key Things to Look for in a Divorce Mediator in Pennsylvania

Getting a divorce is certainly not the best of times and should be a last resort to solving marital conflict. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, things just don’t work and it’s important to accept that and move forward. If you find yourself searching for a “divorce...

How is Alimony in Pennsylvania Determined?

How is Alimony in Pennsylvania Determined?

Alimony in Pennsylvania is but one financial aspect of divorce. There are many which you should have a qualified divorce financial professional review.  Alimony is a generic term that actually refers to three types of support payments. They are made by the higher...

How is Child Support in Pennsylvania Determined?

How is Child Support in Pennsylvania Determined?

Child support in Pennsylvania (and 36 other states) is centered on the Income Shares Model, which is based on the concept that children should receive the same proportion of parental income that they would have received if the parents lived together. That amount is...

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