Divorce Mediation: Keep Decision-Making Power In Your Hands
Divorce mediation can help you resolve issues in a divorce without the painful and lengthy court process. We know that your decisions are important to you, and a mediator is someone that is willing to work with both parties involved to come up with amicable solutions that best serve everyone involved.
Family matters such as divorce can be incredibly difficult to resolve. Each party involved will have their own agenda and often conflicting sets of interests. Creating effective resolutions through divorce mediation can often be best achieved by finding a common ground than fighting your way into the court system.
Divorce mediation is proven to help resolve the most difficult of disputes. Working with an experienced mediator can help you create the most direct path to securing a resolution both parties can live with.
There are a number of advantages over the traditional means of resolving divorce issues through the courts. By utilizing mediation methods, the parties involved save time by avoiding multiple court dates and money, from lawyer fees. By taking advantage of divorce mediation, you are keeping the decision-making power in your own hands, rather than in the hands of a court judge who does not know you personally.
Being able to keep decision-making power in your hands relieves stress. If children are involved in a divorce, peaceful cooperation is easier overall than a lengthy and often painful court process which strikes uncertainty in young lives. A divorce mediator can help calm issues before they become too explosive, thereby instilling more trust within the process and in the ability to make sound decisions on your own, without having to get a court judge involved.
With over 40 years of family law and mediation experience, divorce attorney Hugh O’Donnell has seen firsthand how challenging the divorce process and resolving civil disputes can be for most people. Divorce does not need to be a fight. Contact us today to make a consultation or call us at (816) 533-5152 to discuss any questions you may have regarding your divorce.