How does mediation work? My spouse wants to us a mediator, and I thought we should both have our own attorneys. What is the difference anyway?
Weary of Mediation
Mediation is when parties choose to use a neutral third party, generally an attorney certified in mediation, to work with the parties to mediate, or facilitate, an agreement. In divorces, a mediator works with both parties, remains neutral, cannot dispense advice to either party, but does ultimately (usually) draft a mediated divorce agreement for the parties to enter in court.
However, both parties are still encouraged to get their own representation so that they have someone to advocate on their behalf and review the mediator’s work with their client’s interests in mind specifically.
Wolf & Shore Law Group mediates agreements and, also serves as review counsel for agreements that have already been mediated. There are plenty of options, and Wolf & Shore Law Group can help you find what works for you! With over 20 years of combined experience, Attorneys Kristen Wolf & Shari-Lynn Cuomo Shore are able to help you with all of your dissolution needs. Whether you need your own attorney to take action and file applicable motions, or you need a mediator to help you hash out the issues and draft a recommendation, our office can handle it all.
Call us today, and let us make your matter easier, not harder. Ever argue with a woman? Let Wolf & Shore Law Group go to work for you. Call us at 203.745.3151 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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