Have You Considered Divorce Mediation?

One aspect of divorce and family law that people often ignore is the opportunity for reaching creative solutions. Of course, the law provides guidelines and definitions that provide the framework for divorce and matters such as property division, but the fact remains that couples have the power to work through their separation outside the restrictions of the courts.

Having guided numerous families through divorce, I understand that a lawyer needs to adapt and evolve with the needs of the client. When irreconcilable differences make peaceful negotiations impossible, I provide aggressive representation while fighting for you and your children. On the other hand, if common ground can be established, the opportunity for mediation can be tremendously advantageous for all parties.

Putting The Power Back In Your Hands

A divorce affects all aspects of a person's life. From your professional life to the relationship you have with your children — nothing goes untouched. As a registered neutral mediator, I encourage my clients to consider the benefits of alternative dispute resolution, including:

  • Saving money: Litigation eats up money by drawing out the divorce process. The more contention, the higher the costs. Mediation keeps the process moving while allowing you to avoid going before a judge.
  • Saving time: As mentioned, litigation can be a prolonged process. In mediation, you and your spouse can work through issues directly.
  • Minimize stress: When you leave your affairs up to the courts, you have little to no control over the outcome. During sessions with a mediator, you and your partner have the power to determine the future of your affairs.
  • Protect your children: Mediation spares children the emotional trauma of watching their parents fight one another in court. Furthermore, by working together, you and your partner can reach a parenting agreement that accounts for the wishes and best interests of your children.

Guidance. Resources. Results.

You deserve the chance to take control of your divorce. After all, no one understands your situation better than you. Contact Randie Siegel Attorney at Law to schedule a confidential consultation and start resolving your divorce issues. Call my Atlanta, Georgia, law office at 404-907-2673 or fill out my online contact form.

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