AUBURN DIVORCE MEDIATION ATTORNEY, Sara S. Thompson – Mediation can save time, stress, and money. Instead of fighting in court, the parties meet with an attorney mediator to work through and work out, the terms of their divorce. This includes property division, child custody and visitation, child support, and spousal support. The mediator does not represent either party, they are a neutral third party that guides the parties through the divorce process.
The mediator’s role is to advise the parties on existing law on issues relating to their case and to act as a facilitator to assist the parties in problem solving to reach a final settlement.
Having to go to court can be very stressful, and expensive. Many times, both parties walk out feeling like they lost. By choosing divorce mediation, the parties work together to make agreements that they believe is fair and that they agree to instead of the court hearing arguments from both parties and the judge making a ruling. Divorce mediation puts the parties in charge of their case instead of a judge. This is extremely beneficial when it comes to the custody and visitation of your children. Parents know their children better than any judge can.
Attorney Thompson has completed 40 hours of mediation training and is passionate about the mediation process and assisting parties in reaching their agreements in their Family Law case.
Mediation offers many benefits and is an effective alternative to litigation. Call the Law Office of Sara S. Thompson, PC, Auburn Divorce Mediation Lawyer, to decide if divorce mediation is right for you and your spouse.