The Benefits of Mediated Divorce
Divorce mediation is an option for people who wish to negotiate the terms of their divorce on their own without intervention from the courts. This concept is still relatively new, but many San Diego residents are accepting this road to divorce instead of other more “heated” methods. Divorce mediation is a highly effective alternative to court room litigation for resolving disputes that may arise when two people begin to separate their lives.
A divorce mediator will act as an objective third party to help the couple sort through issues of their divorce in order to resolve issues like child custody, child support, or alimony. An attorney from Claery & Hammond, LLP can act as a divorce mediator for you and your spouse and will help you both come to a mutual agreement about the terms of your divorce.
Working Through an Amicable, Time-Effective & Cost-Effective Divorce
As your legal counselor, an attorney from our firm will help you and your spouse identify issues that need to be resolved and will carefully and thoughtfully guide you through the decision making process. As a neutral party, your mediator will help facilitate negotiations so that you can both come to an agreement that will suit everyone involved.
In cases where children are involved, divorce mediation is a great option because the low-key, informal negotiations are much easier, emotionally speaking, on the family. Divorce mediation can also be less time consuming and more cost-effective than divorce litigation, greatly reducing the over-all amount of stress incurred by the involved parties.
Enlist Claery & Hammond, LLP for Your Mediation
Whether you need help resolving the terms of parenting arrangements, division of assets, or spousal support, a San Diego divorce mediation lawyer will be able to assist you. Your attorney will help you prepare for negotiations, will answer your questions, and will discuss with you the possible legal ramifications of any issues you may be facing. Divorce mediation is not right for everyone, but with a little guidance from your attorney you may be able to save valuable time and money by choosing this method of conflict resolution. If you are considering their alternative divorce solution, call our offices to learn more about your options.