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A resolution to mediate your divorce

Gifts are put away. Decorations are taken down. Parents are getting back to work. Children are returning to school. The New Year has begun. With the dawning of 2017, reflections on 2016 begin as many are reassessing their lives. Those reassessments often take the form of resolutions.

For many, their resolve focuses around making a significant change. Some choose diet and exercise. Others pursue schooling or a new career. Many make a decision that has far-reaching consequences. They decide to divorce.

Your Resolution Requires Our Resolutions

When your New Year's resolution involves emotionally charged issues requiring legally complex steps, you will need someone to help you navigate through the process. While you may assume that a trial is inevitable and the only way to finalize your divorce, in fact, an attorney-mediator can provide options that you never knew existed.

A skilled, experienced and successful attorney-mediator is committed to:

  • Fostering an environment where you can be heard
  • Explaining tough legal issues in a way you can understand
  • Tailoring strategies based on your specific situation
  • Exploring all options and identifying solutions
  • Finding common ground between you and your spouse
  • Getting back on track when potential derailments arise

Mediation is not about winning or losing. The process should promote productive resolutions. It is not about spouses casting blame. The benefits are numerous and include:

  • Allowing you to take control over decisions
  • Taking hostility out of divorce and custody
  • Protecting children from being in the middle of disputes
  • Avoiding lengthy and inefficient court proceedings
  • Removing the stress that comes from a trial
  • Saving money that would be spent on litigation

The high number of marital dissolutions early in the New Year has earned January the designation of "Divorce Month." As you decide whether old acquaintances should be forgotten, consider the help of an attorney-mediator.

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