Mediation can save a lot of time, money, and worry when it comes to your family law issues, including divorce. Because private mediation occurs outside the purview of the court system, it typically benefits everyone involved and assists in maintaining a more peaceful family life, which is particularly advantageous for any children involved.
Our mediators can help you mediate your divorce or another family law issue. With our experience dealing in these manners, we can help you navigate the procedure in hopes of meeting the requirements of both parties.
Divorce Mediation Basics
A mediator is typically not an attorney. Therefore, as will be stated during your initial mediation session, he or she is impartial to the interests of both parties. This means that they cannot and will not offer legal counsel to any side throughout the process of discussions.
Divorce mediation has many benefits, including:
Save money by paying only one mediator
Avoids costly fees associated with the court system
Mutually beneficial exchange of information
Transparent details about what to do
Predetermine post-settlement disputes ahead of time
Mediation has advantages and disadvantages of its own, just like everything else. When a couple tries mediation but one or both partners is reluctant or unable to make concessions, it's possible that the matter could end up in court, which adds expense and time. Consider these in relation to one another while deciding whether mediation is a workable solution for you.
What Kind of Issues Can a Mediator Help You Resolve
In the long run, mediation frequently saves time, money, and emotional suffering. Even the most difficult mediation sessions frequently yield better results than battling through a court procedure.
Mediators can bring resolution several family law issues including, but not limited to:
Parenting time and child custody
Property division during divorce
Debt division during divorce
Is Divorce Mediation Right for You?
If you and your spouse want to divorce amicably and save both time and money, you should consider divorce mediation. However, people with extremely contentious disputes or couples with a history of domestic violence are not encouraged to rely solely on mediation. If a couple has extremely complicated financial issues to contend with during divorce, mediation may be insufficient.
Contact a Wheaton, IL Divorce Mediation Lawyer
If you want to learn more about mediation and discuss whether mediation may be right for you, contact a Wheaton divorce mediation attorney. Call Andrew Cores Family Law Group at 630-871-1002 to schedule your free consultation to learn your legal rights and your best options.