Mediation As An Alternative
Divorce Mediation offers separating couples the chance to work with a neutral third party to resolve differences and find solutions — often in a matter of weeks — in a non-adversarial environment. If successful, finally coming to a comfortable and amicable Settlement Agreement will be a much healthier and harmonious arrangement for your whole family.
Divorce conjures up a nightmare of huge legal bills, jockeying lawyers and seething resentment, with wounded children waiting on the sidelines. But it doesn’t have to be so grim.
By choosing to mediate your divorce you can:
- Steer clear of bitter court battles.
- Save money.
- Get through your divorce quickly.
- Soften the blow on your children.
In truth, most cases that start contested end up settling after a settlement conference or two. Most likely your case will settle as well. But even though most cases settle, they settle because you have been prepared throughout the process. You have been careful not to fuel the other party’s case by stupid action or inaction, and you leave the other party desiring to settle, rather than take chances in front of a Judge.
“War is a continuation of politics by other means”
Carl von Clausewitz
For legal advice about your case, contact an attorney. Unfortunately, if you represent yourself, by law, the Judge MUST assume you are as familiar with family law and procedure as an attorney. You do not have a second chance, so make sure you present your best case the first time. Call Gregory A. Riebesehl at Riebesehl Family Law Offices and let him represent you through the court process to a successful outcome at (602) 621-0779.
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