A Divorce Mediation Lawyer Helping Divorcing Couples Find Solutions
Few things in life can be as emotionally charged and contentious as divorce. When two people choose to end their lives together, there are a number of issues that may need to be resolved, including the way they will divide their marital assets, spousal support, child support, and child custody. When divorcing couples are unable to reach an agreement about how these issues will be resolved, a court has to do it for them – a process that can be expensive, time-consuming, and result in neither party feeling like they got what they wanted. A divorce mediation attorney can make all the difference.
Fortunately, in many cases, mediation can help couples resolve their differences in a structured environment, allowing them to avoid litigation. To learn more, call our office today to schedule a free consultation with a divorce mediation lawyer in Huntington Beach.
How Does Mediation Work?
In divorce mediation, the two divorcing spouses agree to meet with a neutral third party- the mediator – who will facilitate discussions regarding the terms of the divorce. While you can engage in mediation without an attorney, it is highly advisable to have one in your corner. Some of the most notable benefits of mediation are listed below.
- Mediation is usually much cheaper than litigation
- Mediation allows both parties to provide input into the resolution, often fostering a better post-divorce relationship
- Mediation allows more control over the outcome than litigation
- Mediation is confidential, allowing couples to keep private details about their finances and personal lives out of the public eye
Call Us Today to Schedule a Consultation with a Divorce Mediation Attorney in Huntington Beach
At Furubotten Law, APC, we are committed to helping divorcing couples save time, money, and stress through mediation. To schedule a free initial consultation with attorney Denise A. Furubotten, call our office today at (714) 795-3862 or send us an email through our online contact form.