Helping Clients Find a Workable Solution to a Dispute
When you are going through a complicated divorce case or other complex family law matter, mediation can be a cost-effective strategy for reaching a resolution much more quickly than litigation. While mediation might not be appropriate in all cases, it can allow many families to come together to resolve contentious disputes.
How Family Law Mediation Works in the Commonwealth of Virginia
Understanding Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Mediation Process
Moving Forward with Divorce Litigation When Mediation Cannot Resolve a Dispute
Mediation is a Cost-Effective and Beneficial Tool in Many Family Law Disputes
- Mediation allows the parties to play a significant role in crafting an agreement
- Parties can engage in dialogue and learn communication strategies
- Mediation is never binding, and parties can still litigate a case
- Mediation tends to cost much less and to take significantly less time than litigation.
Mediation is often beneficial to the parties involved. We frequently work with family law clients who feel a greater sense of ownership over their resolution when they have played a key role in negotiating an agreement. Even if mediation does not work out, we can litigate your case.