DIY stands for “Do It Yourself”. Many couples in divorce situations cannot afford legal representation. Many articles appear in the topic of self-help, or DIY. This is an area in which mediators can be helpful and where legal practitioners cannot be. A DIY couple will not choose to seek out an attorney. Yet, they may well feel that help is needed in getting advice about areas where agreement seems to be elusive. Or they may desire to seek out new avenues of attaining Win-Win in areas such as child visitation, division of assets, future communication, etc. There could well be a perfect fit between DIY clients and their friendly, local mediator. This possibility can greatly help the estimated 60% of parties who choose to “do it themselves”. It is not wise to ignore the “silent majority” of parties who chose to divorce without legal help. Mediation is a perfect adjunct to such situations. “Mediate don’t litigate”.