When families break apart, feelings get hurt.
And hurt feelings can bring out the worst in people.
Fighting usually yields poor results for the family members.
We don’t try to squeeze the opposing party.
Can’t we part with a hug instead?
You are with the right law practice if you also wish for a more amicable outcome for both parties.
It’s a tough world out there and we all need money to live. But besides that, our feelings and emotions are rarely pleased by money alone.
Instead of focusing on extracting the maximum amount of money from the opposing parties, we are working with you to achieve results that are mutually beneficial.
We extract the maximum amount of conflict resolution and peace of mind.
We believe that mediation is a powerful tool that can help families resolve their conflicts in a peaceful and collaborative way.
Mediation is a process in which a neutral third party, the mediator, helps two or more parties reach a mutually acceptable agreement.
Mediation can be used in a wide range of family law disputes, including divorce, child custody, property division, and more.
We specialize in mediation and have helped many families successfully resolve their disputes.
Our mediation services are designed to be flexible and tailored to your needs. We offer both in-person and online mediation sessions, and we can work with you to find a time and location that is convenient for you.
Our mediation process is structured, but not rigid. We start with an initial consultation to discuss your situation and determine if mediation is the right approach for you.
If it is, we will work with you to develop an agenda for your mediation sessions and help you prepare for the process.
During your mediation sessions, we will facilitate discussions between you and the other party or parties involved. We will help you identify areas of agreement and work through areas of disagreement. Our goal is to help you find a mutually acceptable solution that meets the needs of everyone involved.
At the end of your mediation sessions, we will help you draft a written agreement that outlines the terms of your agreement. This agreement can be used to finalize your divorce, modify a child custody agreement, or resolve any other family law dispute.
If you are interested in mediation, we encourage you to get in touch with us today.
We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your situation and determine if mediation is the right approach for you.
We look forward to helping you find a peaceful and collaborative solution to your family law dispute.