Understanding The Mediation Process
While Massachusetts law does not require mediation, the process provides many benefits for individuals and families. It is typically more cost-efficient, expedient and amicable than divorce litigation.
At Koiles Pratt Family Law Group, we work diligently to help families facing a broad range of family law issues, and we offer our services at every step of the process — from an initial divorce filing to the modification of existing agreements down the road.
The Steps In The Mediation Process
- At our initial consultation, we sit down with both parties and evaluate any existing agreements for divorce, property division, child custody and support, or alimony. We thoroughly examine the facts of the case while listening to each side to determine what issues need to be resolved.
- During your mediation, we will help you negotiate, discuss and address specific issues, and find common ground that can translate into a fair resolution.
- At the end of the process, you will be able to come to an agreement that meets the needs of all parties. Our goal is to form agreements that are reasonable and sustainable to every party. Divorce mediation gives you a chance to take part in this process and contribute to making these critical decisions.
Contact An Attorney For Mediation
This entire process typically takes less time than a traditional court proceeding. At Koiles Pratt Family Law Group in Salem, we are both experienced mediators and lawyers. Our experience has taught us how to resolve disagreements effectively and promptly.
To learn how we can help you, please call us at 978-744-7774 or complete our online form to arrange a case assessment.