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Divorce proceedings can lead to unnecessary disagreements that can delay the conclusion of your case and increase attorneys fees and costs. To combat this, couples are encouraged to pursue divorce mediation prior to going to trial. Mediation is far less expensive and requires less time than going to court, which is why it is a valid alternative for parties to consider.

At Fair Cadoraour partners can act as a third party mediator to assist parties and their attorney in reaching an amicable resolution to the case.  Our family law attorneys can also prepare and represent you during mediation and serve as your legal representative if mediation is unsuccessful. 

Benefits of Mediation

Mediation is a cost-effective and less-stressful alternative that you may wish to look into prior to going to trial. Mediation can also serve as a way to assist parties in setting up child support or or custody agreements that both parties agree upon.

As your mediator, we streamline the dispute resolution process by helping both parties formulate ideas that can lead to a solid agreement. Mediation does not guarantee that you will not go to court, but it can serve as a reliable starting point in negotiating terms for your marital settlement agreement.

Let Us Handle Your Mediation

At Fair Cadora, we understand the advantages of using mediation in settling a divorce and we will work with you and your spouse to find an agreement that is well receive by both parties. Our family law attorneys have over 25 years of experience helping couples with mediation and litigation and we can provide you with the service that you deserve.  Call now!  

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