How Does Mediation Work as a Divorce Process Option?

During Mediation, spouses work together with a neutral third party, in this case,  Elizabeth Hill, to reach agreements about dispersing of property, dividing financial assets,  creating parenting arrangements and determining support. If you are considering a divorce in Overland Park, KS, the Hill Law Firm, P.C.  is here for you.

During mediation  meetings, the neutral divorce attorney  mediator support both parties in resolving  their issues in a non-confrontational and confidential manner, completely outside of the courtroom. Elizabeth serves clients in both Johnson County, KS including the Overland Park, KS area and the Kansas City Northland.

As your Divorce Attorney Mediator, Elizabeth Hill, will help you and your spouse reach an agreement that you can accept and embrace as your own. The mediation process is voluntary and confidential.

During face-to-face meetings, Elizabeth  will assist you and your spouse in generating different options for resolution that are tailored to your family, including but not limited to these areas:

  • Division of marital assets and property (cars, houses, investments, retirement)
  • Allocation of debt and other financial obligations
  • Parenting time
  • Child support
  • Alimony or spousal support
The  timeline of mediation is dictated by the spouses themselves, allowing couples to take the time they need to discuss important issues. Once a settlement agreement has been reached and signed,  then it can be submitted to the court to obtain a Decree of Divorce or Judgement of Dissolution of Marriage.

Elizabeth Hill meets clients in Overland Park, KS and North Kansas City, MO. She is a member of the  American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and has been practicing for the last 30 years. Let her experience and expertise guide you on a divorce option that is best for your family.

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.
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