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Divorce mediation is widely accepted in Colorado and across the country will likely be required by the court. Although many parties might want to resolve their divorce with little interaction with the spouse, litigation and attorneys can make existing tensions even worse. Rather than arguing with your spouse in court through attorneys, consider how the neutral atmosphere of mediation can be better for you, your case and your children.
Mediation is voluntary, confidential and neutral. Right away, this can remedy some of the biggest problems associated with litigation. If you’re concerned about cost and time, mediation is a far better alternative for discussing the major issues in your case.
Parties in mediation exercise a greater level of control over their outcome, and this fact appeals to many couples going through a divorce. Through your control over the outcome, so you can design a flexible agreement that is best suited to your needs rather than leaving it all up to a judge after a limited time in the courtroom. The mediator is there to help you talk through the issues, but he or she does not take a side. Choosing a mediator with a background in divorce can go a long way towards reducing your anxiety and drawing your case to a conclusion.
Contact me at 303-579-5433.