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Not all divorces involve what can be a lengthy, expensive, difficult and emotionally draining litigation process. Many marital issues can be resolved through divorce mediation. Mediation is a process whereby a couple meets with a third party, called a “mediator,” who is specially trained to help the parties negotiate their own agreement on the particular issues of their case, such as property division, child custody and support, and alimony. Mediation can potentially save the parties a significant amount of time and money and the emotional distress caused by adversarial litigation.
At Fisher & Fisher we have extensive experience in divorce mediation. In the last 30 years, Fisher & Fisher Law Offices has successfully and peacefully mediated many divorce agreements for residents of Northeastern Pennsylvania in Monroe, Wayne, Pike, Luzerne, Lackawanna, Carbon, and Northampton Counties. In that time we have helped hundreds of divorcing couples to settle their affairs amicably and fairly.
Why Choose Mediation over Litigation?
- Saves money for both parties
- Reduces stress
- Helps preserve a cooperative relationship
- Shortens time to closure
Mediation can be a successful alternative to litigation. It is a valuable tool when the two spouses are able to work productively through their marital issues. However, not everyone is a candidate for mediation. This process requires two people who can communicate with each other, with the help of an experienced mediator. Call Fisher & Fisher Law Offices today to arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced mediators.
Collaborative Law is a method of resolving family law disputes that does not involve the courts. In collaborative process, each party signs an agreement at the beginning of the process agreeing not to file litigation. This is a true commitment to the settlement process. This method of dispute resolution saves time and usually saves money and dignity. There are very few lawyers in Monroe County trained in collaborative family law and we have one at Fisher & Fisher.