There is a universal truth in divorce litigation that nobody ever truly wins but the lawyers. Once the judge’s gavel strikes the block and judgment is declared and the session closed, the dust settles. And it’s only then that the consequences of winning become apparent. Public visibility. Unhappy children. Bitter ex-spouse. High stress. And legal bills to pay, so many legal bills.
AT OGBORNE LAW WE BELIEVE THERE’S A MUCH BETTER WAY – DIVORCE MEDIATION.
We know that we only win when our clients win, which means providing you and everyone involved with an outcome that is mutually agreed upon. Mediation is more than just a quicker, less expensive way to resolve legal issues involving your family.
Divorce in a more educated, informed, and civil way that protects the co-parenting relationship. You can still get divorced while the courts are closed. Mediation is a powerful tool that creates opportunities for both parties to be heard, to have concerns addressed, and to arrive at a solution that mutually benefits everyone. When approaching a mediation based solution, you will work in partnership with our trained mediators to help you navigate the process of finding solutions to your concerns and those of your soon to be ex-spouse.
MEDIATION PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING ADVANTAGES
- CUSTOM TAILORED SOLUTIONS TO YOUR FAMILY’S UNIQUE NEEDS
- INCREASED CONTROL OVER THE DECISIONS THAT IMPACT YOUR FUTURE
- MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY WHEN IT COMES TO THE TIMING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SOLUTIONS
- PRIVACY BECAUSE PERSONAL DETAILS ARE KEPT OUT OF THE PUBLIC RECORD
- PROCESS BUILT TO PROTECT YOUR FUTURE AND THAT OF YOUR KIDS
Divorce mediation can be used to address a wide range of topics including but not limited to parenting plans, child support, custody arrangements, and division of assets. You bring the willingness to be honest and have a discussion with the other party.
WE’LL BRING THE EXPERIENCE!
We’ll show you how, as a neutral party, we’re able to help you and your soon to be ex-spouse navigate the complicated legal waters of divorce while guiding the discussion towards a mutually acceptable resolution. When things get difficult (and they often do), we help the discussions stay on track because we always keep in mind the things that are important to you, even if emotions are running high. Once the mediation is done, the agreement is finalized, and both parties have signed, the dust settles. And it’s only then that the consequences of your divorce mediation become apparent.
Your family affairs stayed private. Your kids have two parents who are working together. Your ex-spouse feels heard and treated fairly. Your stress level is under control. And those legal bills? They were pretty reasonable. Let us show you how divorce mediation can be a perfect solution to allow you to end your marriage today without ending your family.
If you’re ready to start your consultation with Ogborne Law, visit our Mediation Consultation request page.
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