Have you decided it’s time to leave your spouse? Are you worried
that you won’t be able to afford the legal fees and court costs?
If you think you and your spouse are capable of sitting down and discussing
your issues in order to work them out, then you should consider a mediated divorce.
How Does Mediation Work?
Many courts today allow couples to attend mediation. In fact, some courts
require mediation if the
divorce is contested. During the mediation process, both spouses meet with a mediator who will
facilitate discussions on various issues. The mediator will help the couples
reach a fair agreement.
Mediators have been specially trained to help divorced couples cope with
high conflict situations. The mediator remains neutral throughout the
discussions so you can be sure they will encourage you and your ex to
have productive and respectful conversations and to work towards a mutual
way of solving problems.
Benefits of mediation include:
Spouses can have a frank, open discussion about important issues, like
dividing marital property,
child custody, and
- Mediation is confidential, and the things you say can’t be used as
evidence against you.
- A successful mediation will reduce your attorney bills and allow you to
avoid a lengthy trial.
Speak to a Divorce Lawyer in Annapolis, MD
At the Law Office of Nicholas T. Exarhakis,
our skilled legal team is here to assist with all matters pertaining to divorce. We have the
resources and experience you need to ensure your rights and interests
are fully protected. Stop by our office today to discuss the details of
your case. We are committed to serving clients in Annapolis, and we are
prepared to get started on your case right away.
Call (410) 593-0040 to
ask for a free consultation with one of our legal professionals today.