Mediated divorce can be an effective way to resolve disputes and reach agreements without the need for costly court battles. In a mediated divorce, a neutral third party, or mediator, helps the parties come to an agreement on issues such as child custody, property division, and spousal support.
The best way to protect yourself in a mediated divorce is by hiring an experienced divorce attorney who can guide you through the process and ensure that your rights are being protected. At Divorce Defenders, we offer a free assessment with one of our skilled attorneys to help you understand your legal options and make informed decisions about your future.
If you are considering a mediated divorce, contact our team of trusted attorneys today to schedule a free assessment. We are dedicated to helping our clients achieve the best possible outcomes in their divorce proceedings.
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Common Issues in Mediated Divorce
Mediated divorce is a process where a neutral mediator helps both parties reach a mutually beneficial agreement without the need for litigation. While each divorce is unique, there are common issues that may arise in mediated divorces:
If you are considering mediated divorce, it is important to have the support of an experienced family law attorney to protect your rights and ensure a fair settlement. The best way to protect yourself in a mediated divorce is by hiring an attorney who can guide you through the process and provide a free assessment. Contact Divorce Defenders today for a consultation in Los Angeles, California. Call us today.
How to Prepare for Mediated Divorce
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If you and your spouse have decided to pursue mediation for your divorce, there are a few steps you can take to ensure a smooth and successful process. First, choose an experienced mediator who can guide you through the process and help you reach a fair and mutually acceptable agreement. Before the first mediation session, prepare a list of issues that you want to address and any questions you may have. Be open and honest with your mediator about your goals and concerns, and make a commitment to work cooperatively with your spouse to reach a resolution. If you need legal guidance throughout the mediation process, our experienced mediation attorneys at Divorce Defenders can help. Contact us today for a FREE case assessment by calling The Law Offices of Katherine Cohan, APLC at 1-(310)-777-8838.