Mediation may be a helpful option for your family to use to resolve a divorce matter. The traditional divorce proceeding can be costly as well as time consuming. It is important to speak with the other party to see if the two of you can work out an amicable agreement. If an amicable agreement can be worked out without much court intervention this will bring the costs down. The mediation process gives the parties an option to attend voluntarily. Mediation is not required, making it an appealing option for some. In a mediation session, both parties may feel more at ease and comfortable in a meeting setting, as opposed to the traditional court setting.
Divorce is a stressful process and it is important to find ways to alleviate some of the stress whenever possible. The divorce can be emotionally draining for all parties involved. Researching divorce alternatives and approaches will help you find the best fit for your family. Speaking with those close to you can help provide feedback to assess the best possible options. You may also want to ask those close to you if they have used a family law attorney, or know of one that you may consult with.
Furthermore, before coming to a conclusion you will want to speak with a family law attorney to determine what your next steps should be. The divorce process can be explained more thoroughly during a consultation with an attorney. Please take this time to discuss pertinent case details so the attorney can give you a clearer picture as to what your specific divorce matter will entail. For a free initial consultation please call Yanez & Associates at 714-971-8000.