Helping You and Your Ex Reach an Agreement Voluntarily
Mediation is a good alternative for couples who are still on speaking terms and may otherwise be seeking an uncontested divorce. The cooperative nature of this process starts from the beginning with the choosing of a qualified mediator. Oftentimes, you and your ex will work together to find a mediator who is right for you. There are mediators with special certifications and qualifications from which you may choose. Our lawyers can provide you with more information about this process.
The mediator will work with both of you to help you reach an agreement. He or she can help you explore your options and help you see things from each other’s point of view. You can choose to meet with your mediator jointly or in a private session without having your ex present.
Because mediation does not involve protracted courtroom litigation, it is often a less expensive option than traditional divorce proceedings. However, because any agreement that is entered into is legally binding, it is still wise to have legal counsel on your side to ensure that your interests remain protected throughout the process.
If you’re wanting more information about mediation, we have an article that may help: How to Make Mediation Work.
Contact Us to Learn More About Alternatives to Traditional Divorce
A divorce does not have to involve a lengthy battle between two sides. Mediation offers an amicable alternative for certain couples. To find out if this option might be right for you, contact us online or call 855-805-0595. With office locations throughout Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska in St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, Springfield, Columbia, Wichita, Topeka, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Omaha, Lincoln, or nearby, we are here to help you meet all of your family law needs.