Maumee Divorce Mediation Lawyer
Mediating Positive Solutions to Family Law Cases
Looming separation is often accompanied by anger, resentment, sadness, and fear. These feelings make litigation confusing – which could result in expensive attorneys, lost wages, and astronomical court costs.
If you and your spouse or partner want to avoid this costly and overwhelming situation, consider mediation. At Smith & Smith Law Office, LLC, our family law mediation attorneys in Lucas County offer comprehensive counsel to couples, parents, and other individuals who need help resolving disputes while avoiding the animosity of courtroom litigation.
What Is Mediation?
Mediation is a process in which disputing parties meet with a specially trained, neutral third party to discuss and resolve family law-related issues.
Mediation is a good fit for any family case matter, including:
- Post-divorce custody
- Fathers’ parenting rights
- Grandparents’ rights
- Child support
Mediation is less stressful and less expensive than litigation, reducing the emotional and financial impact on all parties involved – especially children. The involved parties – not a judge or magistrate – have the final say over everything in mediation, so couples maintain power and control over their divorce. This process builds communication and co-parenting skills.
Seek Counsel from Smith & Smith Law Office, LLC
Though a neutral mediator will facilitate discussions during your mediation sessions, it can help to have the support and legal counsel of a knowledgeable family law attorney throughout the process. At Smith & Smith Law Office, LLC, our family law mediation lawyers in Lucas County offer advice and guidance to people who are mediating disputes. We can ensure that any agreement you reach in mediation is fair and reflective of your best interests. You can confidently navigate your mediation sessions with our firm on your side.
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