Mediation and Alternatives to Divorce Court
A traditional divorce generally requires litigation and time in court, arguing before a judge, who will pass down a final decree. This places your future, your finances and your relationship with your children entire in the hands of a judge.
This is a necessary process for many couples, especially if they firmly disagree on any point of the divorce decree. Other couples, however, are parting ways on amicable terms and don’t wish to leave the decision to a judge following a costly litigation battle.
Luckily, there are options. Mediation can provide a less expensive alternative that offers some level of control in the decisions that will affect your divorce and your future.
Attorney Rebecca Perry, is certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission as a family financial mediator. She has the experience and dedication necessary to help you amicably negotiate your legal matter.
Contact a family mediation attorney at Greensboro Family Law, to discuss your family-related problems.
Understanding Family Law Mediation in North Carolina
Mediation is an opportunity to resolve your family-related dispute without litigation. In mediation, a neutral third party helps you and your ex-spouse work through your issues, including:
- Division of marital property
- Child custody
- Child support
You and your ex-spouse will be able to choose a mediator who works for you and can help you work together to achieve your goals. Mediation also allows you to custom-tailor your divorce to meet your needs.
It is important to note that mediation cannot actually finalize your divorce. All issues in your divorce can be decided through mediation, but the divorce itself must be filed through the court system to be finalized. We can help you mediate the issues that matter to you and file your final divorce.
Experienced Guilford County Certified Mediator and Advocate
Rebecca Perry will stand beside you at your mediation and represent your interests. With her undergraduate work in psychology and her MBA, she has the skills and experience necessary to effectively handle all aspects of your divorce. Whether you need help valuing a business or working toward a fair alimony agreement, she can help you.
Litigation is not always the answer to every legal problem. Mediation is a great tool toward starting a conversation with your ex-spouse and opening the lines of communication. Contact a Guilford County certified mediator at Greensboro Family Law, online or call 877-509-6616 to discuss your alternative divorce options.