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Mary K. Armacost, Attorney at Law
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Mediation And Divorce

The divorce process is daunting enough without having to worry about a court battle. That is why many people are turning to alternative forms of dispute resolution, such as mediation, to help reach a divorce agreement that everyone can live with. Mediation will often save our clients money and stress associated with court battles.

As a certified Mediator in Ohio, we have been guiding people through the divorce process since 1999. We can let you know whether the mediation process might be the right choice for your situation. To schedule an initial consultation, call our law office in Batavia at 513-732-0086.

Solutions Tailored To Fit Your Needs

The mediation process enables divorcing couples to reach a settlement on their terms. This process is often less expensive and less time-consuming than traditional divorce litigation in court. Mediation encourages the parties to exchange information openly and honestly. The mediator's role is to help foster positive interactions and to ensure that both parties are willing to work together to resolve their disputes. In most cases, if an agreement can be successfully reached through mediation, there is no need for the parties to appear in court.

It is important to keep in mind that a mediator serves as a neutral, third party. Neither party's individual attorney may act as a mediator. It is the mediator's job to provide advice and guidance about what is reasonable in the divorce process. Our lawyer has extensive experience guiding people through mediation.

Contact Our Divorce Attorney To Find Out If Mediation Is Right For You

If you are interested in reaching a divorce resolution through mediation, we would like to hear from you. Call us at 513-732-0086 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation.

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