Buffalo Divorce Attorney Explains Divorce Mediation
As a proficient Buffalo Divorce Attorney, a lot of people have questions for me about divorce mediation. It’s becoming a more popular way to reach a resolution in your divorce. Divorce mediation is the process by which you and the other party are going to sit down together with a mediator who is a neutral party who will help facilitate a conversation between you and the other party to reach a resolution in your matter. They’re not acting as an attorney advising either one of you. It’s the mediator’s role to remain neutral and to help guide you through the issues that you need to resolve in order to reach a resolution in your divorce. You may also seek the advice of separate counsel to help guide you through the process.
It’s very important even if you’re not advised by an attorney through the mediation process to have an attorney review the agreement that the mediator has prepared to make sure that the agreement is enforceable and that its addressed your rights and the other party’s rights. The mediation process can be a very amicable and fast way to reach resolution if you and the other party tend to be able to sit down and have a conversation and work through the issues that are before you in resolving your divorce.
Are you thinking about getting divorce mediation? If so, contact the dedicated Buffalo Divorce Attorney Rebecca Talmud