Methods of alternative dispute resolution include collaborative law and mediation, and some of the benefits of using these methods to resolve family law disputes are very simple:
- You will save time
- You will save money
- You will privately resolve personal matters
Of course, there are other, more profound benefits as well.
The fact is that divorce and other family law disputes, such as those involving child custody or alimony, are hard on everyone involved. Turning these disputes into prolonged courtroom battles can cause serious damage to all parties, and especially to children. What is worse is that many people reach the end of these battles only to have a judge provide an outcome that does not make sense for either side.
Mediation Is A Less Stressful Method Of Reaching A Positive Outcome
Why put the outcome of your case in the hands of a judge who doesn't know anything about you, your spouse or your child? Why not choose your own outcome?
That's exactly what alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes, such as mediation and collaborative law, allow you to do. Instead of tearing relationships apart, ADR allows spouses to work together to come up with amicable solutions that work for both sides. This is particularly important when children are involved.
Since there is no judge involved, there are no limits imposed. You can come up with extremely inventive solutions to resolve your disputes.
Montgomery County, PA, Divorce Attorney Handling Mediation and Collaborative Law
As your family law attorney, I will offer you guidance to help you determine whether mediation, collaborative law or other alternative processes will work for you. I have dedicated my career as an attorney to resolving divorce and family law disputes without having to go through courtroom battles. You can be confident in my ability to help you reach a positive outcome.
A Lawyer. A Trusted Adviser. A Friend.
To discuss resolving your family law dispute through collaborative law or mediation, contact the Law Offices of Catherine Cardozo, LLC in Abington, Pennsylvania.
I offer flexible office hours by appointment.