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Is Divorce Mediation Right for You? Call Us Today at (888) 930-9165 to
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Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution, where couples talk
amongst each other to resolve their
divorce case rather than settling it in court. It offers couples and families,
as it can be used in divorce cases, as well as determining
child custody terms, visitation rights, establishing paternity, and spousal support as well.
If you would like to learn more about how mediating your divorce might
help you, please
contact The Manely Firm, P.C. today! We are Atlanta divorce attorneys with a wide breadth of experience
in all matters relating to family law.
Is Mediation Best for Our Family?
Mediation is meant to bring about a peaceful resolution to your case. Particularly
in divorce, where there may be many arguments and contentious points to
bring up, some couples often go through a rocky period where all of the
decision-making is skewed by passion and resentment. Mediation can help
with calming down some of the emotional aspects, while allowing each spouse
the opportunity to speak their mind.
Mediation is useful to work out the following matters:
- Child support
- Child custody
- Visitation schedules
- How assets and property will be divided
You and your spouse can benefit from a relaxed environment that is much
less stiff and formal than the courtroom and is must less costly. All
of your conversations will remain confidential, as the matters will not
be discussed before a judge or stay on record. You may wish to consider
seeking advice first from our Georgia divorce lawyers in Atlanta and Marietta.
We can prepare your case for mediation by informing you of your rights
and keeping you informed about what the future might hold.
The Role of the Mediator
A mediator is a third party individual, whose role is to remain completely
neutral about the situation. They can only guide and help you settle matters
on your own terms. It is still in your best interests to hire an attorney
to assist you as well. Your spouse may have retained one or might be more
aggressive than you and try to bully you into agreeing something that
you do not want. Your attorney can not only protect you, but ensure that
the terms are as fair as possible.
The Manely Firm, P.C. offers strategic and intelligent legal representation.
Should you have any questions, please
contact us today to request your