Most family law cases are resolved through the informal settlement process. When parties are willing to come to the table to address each other’s respective concerns and positions, mediation may be a great option.
As a former Assistant Attorney General, I routinely facilitated agreements between parties and parents as a third-party. Similarly, at mediation, a neutral third-party serves as a mediator and can assist the parties to either narrow their contested issues or completely settle their case.
Family law cases are traditionally trying and emotional, as they concern the parties’ children and the division of their property. We will be able to assist you through this difficult process and potentially allow for an amicable resolution of your case.