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Mediation or litigation: What’s best depends on divorce goals

On Behalf of | Nov 3, 2014 | Divorce Mediation |

The needs of today’s families are as different as the structures those families take. The practicalities of each family’s situation are such that what might have once been considered a “traditional” family is now only one of many models.

What this may mean is that in any given situation, achieving some sense of “normal” can be a challenge. What some might view as the ideal situation may not be possible. But that doesn’t mean solutions under the law are not available. 

The real issue may be whether the family law advocate whose help you are seeking has the experience, skill and commitment to understand your goals. Will the attorney work with you to devise a strategy that you feel confident will successfully achieve your particular objectives?

Whether the legal issue you are dealing with is related to a juvenile law matter, an uncontested divorce, a contested divorce, a split that involves complex assets, child custody and support matters, or any other aspect of delicate family law, our attorneys stand ready to help.

We start by focusing our attention on you, listening to what you have to say about what you want to accomplish. Once we have a clear understanding of your unique legal situation, we apply our skill to discover options available under the law. We explain the options to you and the implications of each and then work with you to formulate a strategy.

In some cases, mediation or negotiation that delivers the optimal outcome with the least amount of hassle and cost might be called for. In others, going to court might be the method to pursue.

No matter what course is taken, we start by understanding your goals. We are happy to hold a free initial consultation so you can learn more about our services.