So many people view a court proceeding through the lens of television shows. Shows like Law and Order and Ally McBeal are interesting and perhaps fun, but in fact distort the process as it applies to the people who are the clients in the shows. And, television never shows the impact a court proceeding has on children, which can be anxiety inducing all the way to traumatic.
So, what do you do when you must get a divorce but you don’t want war with your spouse even if you feel some hatred toward that person? Do you realize there are alternatives to court and litigation for a divorce? That alternative is called mediation, where both spouses can sit down with a neutral attorney with the knowledge of the legal issues that must be agreed upon and resolved.
If that sounds a little too kum-ba-yah for you when you feel hate or angst toward your spouse, consider the benefits of mediation. Here are just some of the benefits:
If you are interested in mediating your divorce, contact our office at 256-288-0704 for a mediation consultation. I look forward to working with you and helping you find the right solution for you.