What You Need To Know About Mediation
Every case does not need to end up in court. If you and your spouse are able to resolve things amicably, this may be a great option for both of you. Watson Dalton LLC has represented clients throughout Massachusetts navigating this process. For over 20 years, we have helped clients find answers and get results.
Who Is A Mediator?
A mediator is a third-party individual who works with both parties. The mediator’s goal is to reach an agreement without going in front of a judge. Many different things can be solved using mediation, including child custody, visitation, divorce, spousal support, child support and asset division. More often than not, it speeds things up. This takes the stress off your shoulders and helps you move forward with your life. It also tends to be more cost-effective.
We have also seen that mediation fosters a better long-term relationship between partners. When you are able to talk about things and negotiate, it sets a better example for your children. Plus, since the court does not have the final say, it gives you a better chance at finding a tailored solution to your family’s needs. This leaves both parties more satisfied with the outcome. Remember that we will always do what we can to represent your best interests. One member of our team, Clint Dalton, is an active member of the Mass Family Mediation Council and the Massachusetts Collaborative Family Law Council. This experience has helped numerous clients.
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In these cases, communication is key. Our firm will always be honest and upfront in order to set clear expectations. If mediation is a good option for you, we will be more than happy to suggest it. We can also answer all of your questions. Call our office in Boston today at 978-346-5302 to schedule a consultation or fill out our online contact form.