Divorce Mediation – What Does it Look Like in 2023?
Divorce Mediation is just one of the divorce options The Hill Law Firm. P.C. offers. If you are considering divorce in Overland Park or Johnson County KS and are looking for an agreeable and efficient way to move forward, consider mediation, collaborative mediation or collaborative divorce with Elizabeth Hill.
Divorce Mediation allows for the development of creative solutions and provides certainty when it comes to meeting the needs of you and your family. As your divorce mediator, Elizabeth will help you and your spouse navigate through all of the issues that you will need to address in your divorce as a neutral facilitator. During this process, you may also elect independent legal advice from an attorney of your choice or also choose in engage a divorce coach and financial neutral as part of your professional team.
Divorce Mediation is selected by some couples because it is a relationship-oriented, flexible and confidential approach. Mediation allows you and your spouse to participate in the divorce process, determine the pace and frequency of mediation sessions and outcome, instead of working off of the legal system’s timeframe or decisions.
Elizabeth recommends divorce mediation if children are involved because mediation allows you and your spouse to work through financial and legal issues, such as child custody, parenting time, child support, and the many other important issues that are part of a written parenting plan, without destroying the parental relationships that will continue long after the marriage has ended.
While a divorce is never easy, mediation can be less overwhelming and less expensive than traditional divorce. Once a couple has reached an agreement on all issues, Elizabeth Hill will prepare your formal written agreement to submit to the court to obtain your Decree of Divorce or Judgement of Dissolution of Marriage.
To schedule a consultation or obtain more information about your divorce options in Overland Park, KS or Johnson County KS such as, mediation, collaborative mediation or collaborative divorce, you may contact her office by completing the form on the contact page or by calling 913-381-1500.