Prevent Conflicts in Divorce with Mediation
Want fair answers to your case’s issues, but don’t want to fight against your loved ones? Contact our award-winning mediation attorneys to act as a family mediator for your case.
While our usual mental image of divorce is full of fighting, long days in court, and painful decisions about child custody, your divorce doesn’t have to be that way. You and your spouse might be thinking of parting ways, but you’re still friendly to one another. You don’t want to fight one another, especially if you’re mostly in agreement about your case.
If you want to avoid the complex fighting that divorce often brings, seek out a lawyer privy to family mediation. At Karp & Iancu we understand that your family relationships are still important, even during a divorce. We will help make the process easier on you and your former spouse.
Mediation vs. Litigation
When deciding how to best handle your divorce case, you’ll first need to ask one question: What’s the difference between mediation and litigation?
When you’re seeking a divorce, you and your spouse might disagree on the splitting of assets and custody, so you might take your case to court. Fighting back for that property is known as litigation. Unfortunately, this is difficult on you and your spouse.
Mediation helps you part on good terms. Rather than defending you in court, your mediation attorney will mediate the conversation between you and your spouse. They’ll provide a neutral voice so that you can expect a fair agreement for both you and your spouse.
How a Mediation Lawyer Can Help
When you’re facing a situation that may call for a mediation attorney, you might be unsure where to turn without fighting with your spouse. Mediation helps reduce the need for a lengthy trial. If you want your spouse to continue being a part of the children’s lives, but you’re struggling to make a joint custody plan, this would be a good example of when to turn to a reputable mediation attorney.
In cases where you don’t want to take your case to court and fight for custody, a mediation lawyer can help you. If you’re struggling with any other decisions, like annulment, child visitation, or child support, your mediation attorney can help with that as well. In the end, It is important to understand your rights as a mother or a father.
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