Family Law Mediation in Roseville, CA
What is mediation?
Mediation is an alternative to fighting in court and letting a judge make
decisions regarding your divorce, and other issues such as
spousal support, and
property division. It is a completely voluntary process where an experienced, professional,
and unbiased third party helps two conflicting individuals negotiate a
settlement of their case. The divorce mediator is best described as a
professional negotiator. In addition to being a Roseville divorce lawyer,
I offer divorce mediation services to those spouses or parents who wish
to explore that path. I have completed a 40-hour training course with
the Northern California Mediation Center (NCMC) and have the necessary
skills to help you efficiently handle this issue. Mediation provides both
parties the chance to cope with the issues that have started the dispute.
Benefits of Mediation
Getting a divorce doesn't always have to be an emotionally charged,
stressful, or costly process. While litigation in court is sometimes necessary
and appropriate, frequently couples going through a divorce can resolve
amicably, through mediation, and then move on with their lives that much sooner.
The advantages of divorce mediation are that mediation is typically less
expensive than litigation, less stressful, and the divorcing couple is
in control of the outcome. With the help of a good mediator, the couple
can decide how to settle their case and preserve their dignity and wallets
in the process. Last but not least, an amicable resolution of a parenting
plan or custody agreement through mediation certainly benefits the children.
Contact a Roseville Divorce Mediator
It is for the above reasons that divorce or family law mediation should
be seriously considered. At the Law Offices of Evan Samuelson, I offer
divorce mediation as a viable alternative to litigation. I have the ability
to help you work through your problems creatively and thoughtfully. There are many
benefits to hiring a Roseville mediation lawyer. I can help you and your spouse,
partner, or co-parent reach agreements on child custody, child support,
spousal support, or property division. If you are interested in learning
more about divorce mediation, feel free to
contact my firm today for a consultation with a family lawyer!