When undergoing a divorce, you may disagree with your spouse on how property, child care and custody, and other financial matters should be split. Before your divorce is finalized, all of these disagreements need to be smoothed over and new agreements formed so that your divorce does not overlook any crucial items.
It may be easy for some to create an agreement on their own with their spouse, but many are unable to create arrangements and instead go to court for litigation. Litigation factors in the additional costs of time, money, and stress for both parties as they form their cases and present them in court. At KF Law, LLC, we offer services to help clients avoid litigation, like mediation counsel.
What Is Mediation?
Mediation is a process where both parties will meet with a neutral third party, or mediator, to create agreements for their divorce. The mediator is there to facilitate conversation and help both parties create agreements surrounding difficult issues, such as child custody, child support, property division, care of pets, and spousal support. With the help of mediation, most couples are able to forgo litigation, as all of their issues have been handled to create a settlement in both parties’ best interests.
Why Does Mediation Help?
In mediation, the mediator does not take sides and must remain neutral the entire time. This ensures that a fair and satisfactory settlement is reached. In mediation, you and your spouse will be able to discuss what you feel is the biggest issue in your settlement and create a peaceful resolution that benefits both parties. Instead of letting the court settle for you, mediation gives you and your spouse the option to discuss your priorities and better understand each other’s perspective as you create your divorce agreement.
Our Atlanta Mediation Counsel
If you are considering mediation for your divorce, our Atlanta mediation counsel at KF Law, LLC can guide you through the process. Our attorneys are skilled at conflict resolution and protecting your rights, values, and properties during the mediation process. We will join you as you go to mediation and stand up for you during the process.
To discuss your case with a skilled mediation attorney, call us today at (678) 326-4611 or contact us online. Our team at KF Law, LLC would be more than happy to discuss how your case can benefit from mediation.