Mediation

Perhaps you are going through or thinking about a divorce, but want a more cooperative, quicker, and less-expensive alternative than typical divorce proceedings. If so, mediation might be for you. By working through the decisions and challenges that come with divorce with a qualified Los Angeles divorce attorney acting as mediator, you may be able to better protect your interests and minimize the costs — both financially and emotionally — at the same time.

 

How mediation works in California

Many divorcing couples elect to use a mediator before engaging in litigation. Rather than going to court and letting the judge decide the terms of the divorce (which may not end up producing an outcome that either spouse is happy with!), in mediation a neutral mediator works with both parties to discuss the issues and facilitate compromise that everyone is agreeable to. Mediation is almost always less expensive than a contested divorce and can resolve all issues relating to divorce, such as property division, child custody and visitation, and child and spousal support.

 

It is important that you and your spouse seek the help of an experienced Los Angeles divorce mediator if you are going to go this route. Lilian has over 25 years of legal experience and can help you find an agreeable solution that saves you time, stress, money — and draft an enforceable agreement that accurately reflects your terms. Contact Lilian today at (310) 920-5810 or lilianhoats@gmail.com to schedule a free, no-obligation, and confidential consultation.

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