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Mediation Services in Columbia

Columbia Family Law Attorney Pursues Amicable Resolutions

If you are fronted with a family law case, it is important to know that you have options. Mediation can be a positive alternative to complicated divorces and offers sound resolutions to couples looking to separate. At Columbia Family Law Group, LLC, we proudly offer mediation services to individuals and families struggling to overcome complicated legal hurdles. Our firm proudly staffs two mediators, Amy Salladay and Myia McKenna, both of whom are recognized by the Missouri Supreme Court as professional mediators for family law cases. If you are looking to resolve a family law issue in an amicable matter, we encourage you to contact Columbia Family Law Group, LLC right away.

Why choose mediation?

Unlike a contested divorce, mediation offers both couples a chance to work through their differences to reach a favorable resolution in their divorce cases. Through a mediator, who acts as a neutral third party, decisions regarding assets, children, support and property can be discussed productively. The mediator will work to ensure that the exchanges between the divorcing parties are kept respectful and ensure that each party receives the best possible solution to their specific situation. Mediators are not on one side, but rather they act as a buffer to keep your case from being disputed in court. Couples who choose to mediate find that they do not require significant modifications in the future and are often more pleased with the decisions of their divorce decree than those who have their divorces determined by a judge.

In most cases, couples who are on semi-amicably terms that have a basic understanding of what they need from the divorce are most eligible to benefit from mediation. Mediation is often cheaper and less stressful than lengthy court litigation. This option also allows complete confidentiality between the parties and provides results in resolution being met in one session or over the course of a few sessions. When an agreement is made during a mediation session, the agreement will be reduced to writing and signed by both parties. This signature ensures that both parties agree and understand the terms that they have addressed and are willing to comply with the agreement.

Work with a Columbia mediator from our firm today!

Are you ready to move forward with your case? If you have questions regarding the various types of divorce that are available to you and how mediation can benefit your situation, we encourage you to contact Columbia Family Law Group, LLC. Our team is comprised of dedicated and highly experienced legal professionals who stand ready to ensure that you receive the most time-efficient and cost-effective resolution to your case. We understand that each case is unique and we will fully develop and implement a personalized legal strategy just for you. If you would like to receive more information regarding mediation and how it may be right for you, do not hesitate to contact a Columbia divorce lawyer from Columbia Family Law Group, LLC today!

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