Yes, mediated divorce is a viable option for many couples, especially when there are lots of assets to distribute and negotiating on your own is causing conflict or has reached an impasse.
Mediators, or collaborative law practitioners, can be relied on to create an environment that facilitates open dialogue and fair outcomes.
Collaborative divorce isn’t for everyone, but when the issues you’re facing can be talked through with a little bit of assistance, then you may find that mediation saves you both time and money compared to a traditional divorce.
The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino are experienced collaborative law practitioners, and know how helpful a mediated process can be in arriving at a positive outcome in your divorce.
When you need help with negotiations but want to avoid litigation, call us today at 718-725-9601 and talk to an experienced Brooklyn collaborative divorce attorney for free.