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Helping you determine if divorce mediation is right for you

On Behalf of | Jul 5, 2017 | Divorce Mediation |

For some couples in California it can seem like they can never get along. No matter what marital problem arises, it is difficult to resolve. Thus, during divorce, these couples find it challenging to sort through all the necessary family law issues they must confront. Whether it is because they cannot see eye-to-eye, are too emotional, or are just being stubborn, this problem can really extend the process and make finding resolution difficult. Nonetheless, there are some marriage dissolution options available to divorcing spouses that may be better than the traditional litigation approach, depending on the circumstances.

Divorce mediation is an alternative dispute resolution method that, for many, is very beneficial because it can minimize the costs involved and reduce the time and stress often included in the process. At John T. Chamberlin, Attorney at Law, our experienced legal team understands the ups and downs of the divorce process. Therefore, we are dedicated to helping spouses in the Pleasanton area determine what divorce route is ideal for them.

With over 30 years of experience, our law firm has found the divorce mediation process provides a vast array of benefits to those that want to forego the courtroom process. The mediation process is an excellent way to resolve divorce issues like child custody, alimony, and child support when the parties are able to work together. The mediation process focuses on approaches that are amicable, private, safe, and effective.

To learn more, check out our divorce mediation website. The divorce mediation process is not a one size fits all approach. For some couples, this method can be effective from start to finish. However, for others, there is just too much animosity to approach legal issues from this point of view. Thus, it is important to understand how this divorce method could benefit you and what other approaches are available to help you attempt to reach the best possible outcome in your divorce.


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