Divorce Mediation: Working Together Toward a Common Goal

Traditionally, couples seeking a divorce hire two separate attorneys to duke it out over the details of who did what and who gets what. Not surprisingly, such scenarios almost always grow contentious, which can prolong the divorce process and make your life—and your children’s lives—all but miserable.

Divorce mediation is a far superior alternative. As a couple, you meet with a mediator to calmly and rationally sort out the details of your divorce, including your finances and the custody of your children. Divorce mediation is flexible and informal and is generally a quicker, cheaper, and less litigious option. Even the American Bar Association agrees: in 2000, they collaborated with national mediation groups to establish the Model Standards of Practice for Family and Divorce Mediation.

If you’re interested in navigating your divorce as swiftly and amicably as possible, the attorneys at The Farah Law Firm can help you with your mediation.

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