When Is Family Law Mediation Necessary?
A mediated divorce is the best option for couples that are looking to part on good terms, and can amicably split assets and determine child custody schedules without the need for litigation. A mediator can help provide a neutral voice between you and your spouse to come up with a fair agreement. This not only helps couples part amicably, but can keep costs down as well.
Our attorneys at Karp & Iancu have been helping mediate family divorce for over 45 years. Reach out to us today for a free consultation.
Karp & Iancu offers a transparent mediated divorce package for Wisconsin couples, starting at $1,799.
Settling Your Claim without Litigation
When you’re going through family struggles—like a divorce, for instance—you’re already going through a difficult, traumatic experience. What you likely don’t want to do is to spend your time fighting with a loved one about your case. Unfortunately, that’s the option many of us think of when we hear anything about a divorce or other family legal drama.
However, mediation is becoming a more popular option for many families. You may still care about each other without wanting to continue your marriage, for example, so you don’t want bitter words or painful accusations.
Litigation can be a stressful, lengthy battle, and it can also turn you against one another. Instead, you can seek out mediation, where you’ll have a chance to discuss your case and resolve any issues.
You Can Overcome Minor Disagreements
Sometimes, you and your spouse may not agree completely on the terms of your case. For example, they may disagree with the division of assets, or a former spouse may be seeking to lower their child support payments.
In these cases, you may have a minor disagreement that could turn into a major legal battle without the right help. That’s where your family mediator can step in, however. They’ll review the terms of any agreements and help you reach a compromise that works for you both.
If you’re facing a minor problem that’s keeping you from settling your dispute, a mediator may be your best option to avoid a more severe situation. If you’re struggling with your case, reach out for help to keep your family from further legal headaches.
Seek a Family Law Mediator
When you and your family are struggling with the high stress of a family law dispute, it can be tough to stay on the same side. Unfortunately, many people find themselves involved in a complex legal battle with close family members.
That’s why you’ll need a family law mediator from Karp & Iancu. While you may be wondering when family law mediation is necessary, it can help you when you’re struggling with a case and want to work together. Your family law mediator can review your case and help you determine the best route for you and your family when you reach out for a consultation. Get started today giving us a call or by completing the online form below.
Get more information about pursuing a mediated divorce in Wisconsin
If you are looking for cost information, or are undecided about whether a mediated divorce is right for you, read more about the different types of divorce and what they can mean for your family.