Mediation As an Alternatives to Divorce Court
As with any family law case, divorce can be incredibly stressful for anyone involved. Normally, divorces are not smooth but instead take a lot of time and put a lot of emotional strain on a person. The courts, filing fees, judges, and custody battles can make divorce a very ugly experience. For those who want a smooth divorce that is calmly negotiated between two agreeing adults,
Modesto divorce attorneys at Scott Mitchell Law Incorporated can assist with peaceful and efficient divorce mediation. By working with a mediator, you can generally avoid the courts and determine all aspects of your separation with the assistance of a mediator from our team. Schedule your free case evaluation today to discover your options!
Is Mediation Right for Me?
In an uncontested divorce, both parties agree that separation may be the best option for them and all they need is a divorce mediator to help file necessary court documents. Divorce mediation may be the best option for separating parents who agree to certain terms of their child custody or support issues and need an attorney to assist them with paperwork. If you and your spouse are going through a contested divorce, you can work with our firm to help mediate between you and your spouse in order to come to a fair agreement on your property division and custody arrangements.
How can a mediator help?
With the guidance of a divorce mediator, you will be able to discuss reasonable conditions with your spouse regarding all terms of your divorce, including custody, alimony, and distribution of property. At our firm, we believe that every family deserves the fair and experienced treatment of a family law attorney, which is why we provide free case evaluations and multiple payment options.
If you are interested in speaking with a lawyer, do not hesitate to contact a Modesto divorce attorney from Scott Mitchell Law Incorporated today and schedule your consultation. With our guidance, you may be able to reach the legal outcome you desire in your divorce mediation.