Reducing The Cost Of Divorce With Mediation
Uncertainty is one of the biggest causes of stress and anxiety in any divorce. Simply not knowing what will happen in terms of property division, child custody and parenting time, and other important factors can lead to mental and emotional turmoil. Many people are fearful of putting these important issues in the hands of a judge who does not and cannot fully understand all of the dynamics in play.
For this reason, many people seek out family law mediation as a way to resolve their differences. Mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) can cut down on the costs associated with divorce and other family law disputes. Of equal or greater importance, they cut down on the uncertainty involved in divorce, because you and your spouse will be able to create sensible, workable solutions to your disputes with the specific needs of your family in mind.
Providing Professional, Effective Mediation Services
At Klampe Law Firm, we are strong proponents of divorce mediation. In addition to helping our own clients mediate divorce and other family law disputes, our firm provides alternative dispute resolution services.
Firm partner Carole Pasternak is a Rule 114 qualified neutral. She is a trained mediator and an early neutral evaluator. As an evaluator, she advises other family attorneys as to strengths and weaknesses in their cases. Carole is also a parenting time expeditor, helping parents resolve parenting time issues. Over her career, she has successfully helped many parties work out their differences.
This experience is critical in helping our firm’s family law clients in mediation, negotiation and litigation. We understand that mediation is not necessarily appropriate for every case. It is, however, appropriate for many. After discussing your case and reviewing the facts, we will be able to advise you whether mediation or another form of dispute resolution is best for your case.
Contact Klampe Law Firm
Call our Rochester, Minnesota, law firm at 507-216-8722 or complete our online contact form to schedule a consultation with family lawyer, Carole Pasternak. We accept credit cards for your convenience.