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What is Divorce Mediation?

By Jowdy & Jowdy  Feb. 24, 2011 4:12p

When a marriage ends it is not usually an amicable or easy process due to the emotionally charged nature of divorce proceedings. All-too-often the spouses in the marriage are not able to get along, resulting in a much longer, drawn out and expensive divorce process. This is not however, always how the case goes. In many cases, the spouses involved in the divorce are actually able to come to amicable decisions on the many issues in their case. In these types of cases it is often possible to simple acquire the legal aid and guidance of a Danbury divorce attorney who is capable of providing mediation for the spouses.

Divorce mediation is a way in which the spouses involved in a divorce can voluntarily agree to collaboratively come to agreements regarding the issues in the divorce. In fact, all of the issues can be settled via a mediator if both parties are willing to work out and settle each issue such as property division, child custody, visitation rights and spousal support. A mediator is a certified, non-partial attorney that helps resolve the issues so that the divorce is less expensive and can be settled more quickly.

Danbury Divorce Mediation Lawyer

If you are involved in a divorce or are planning on filing for divorce and believe that you and your spouse can settle matters amicably, a mediator may be the perfect solution for your case. At Jowdy & Jowdy we can provide the vital information you need to decide if mediation is an appropriate and workable alternative for your divorce. We can help review your case and work with you and your spouse on determining what your best options for your divorce may be. In some cases each spouse may retain an attorney, even while a mediator is being used, as a buffer to ensure the protection of their rights.

Contact a Danbury divorce mediation attorney at our firm today for guidance with your case.

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