If divorce is what you and your spouse are considering, mediation is a route to consider. Not only does it take less time and money, mediation proceedings have less of an impact on children – which can be valuable in the future, when your children are grown.
Having legal representation at a mediation is allowed, and the attorneys from The Seattle Family Law Group are highly knowledgeable and experienced. We’re also sensitive to what’s going on in your life, and we’ll work closely with you to answer questions and act as a source of knowledge, answering all of your questions and making sure you understand the process, no matter how detailed.
An experienced divorce attorney from our team will draft an agreement to ensure that any promises made are kept by the people involved.
Benefits of mediation include:
- Reduced cost due to elimination of court fees and hours spent in court.
- Both parties work together on the solution, not the court.
- Amiable proceedings, without the drama and anger of a court room.
What purpose does a mediator serve?
Mediators don’t represent either party, they’re impartial. This means your interests are protected. Your attorney will make sure you don’t sign or agree to anything that could be detrimental to your position.
We pride ourselves on keeping our clients informed, and we work to make sure all of your questions are answered. The Seattle Family Law Group is experienced when it comes to working with mediators, and we’ll work hard to help get you the results you desire. Remember, we’re on your side!
Discover how mediation can help you – contact The Seattle Family Law Group today!