Family Law Mediation

Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) which is increasingly recognized throughout Texas and the United States for its ability to help disputing parties achieve efficient and cost-effective resolutions.

Family Law Mediation And Divorce Mediation In Texas

Mediation allows both parties to sit down with a neutral third-party mediator to discuss the details of the divorce. Through this process, the entire divorce agreement will be negotiated and agreed upon by the spouses with a final proposal put together at the end. A judge will then review the proposal and finalize it to complete the divorce.

This process is much less expensive and less contentious for all parties involved. It provides the space and facilitator many couples need to brainstorm creative solutions to their own divorce issues. The resulting agreements rarely require enforcement measures later as both spouses had equal buy-in regarding the final outcome. In addition, it helps the two spouses maintain a working relationship, which is particularly important if they must then work together to raise their children.

If the two are unable to arrive at an agreement during the mediation process, the divorce will have to go through the traditional avenues, including the possibility of litigation.

At the Law Office of Irene G. Mugambi, P.C., we provide representation through the mediation process, helping you understand your options as well as the potential future impact of any decision. By equipping yourself with this information, you can enter the mediation with confidence, prepared to work toward an outcome that reflects your goals and wishes as well as those of your children. Should the mediation come to an impasse and the divorce proceeds to the regular divorce process, our attorneys are equipped to represent your interests, already knowledgeable of your situation and goals.

To learn more about mediation and how it may meet your needs, please contact a lawyer at our Dallas law firm for a consultation by calling 214-504-1137 or 866-743-9501.