family law Mediation
The Difference Between Family Law Mediation & Litigation in Texas
How Does the Mediation Process Work?
Mediation is a process that allows you and your former spouse to dictate the terms of your divorce settlement. Both parties are required to attend a mediation session where a neutral, third-party mediator, such as one of our Houston divorce lawyers, will help you come to an agreement about the various issues presented by your divorce.
Some of the issues that will be addressed during mediation include:
The role of the mediator is to facilitate a mutual agreement between the parties and prevent the need for a trial. If certain issues cannot be resolved during mediation, however, litigation may be necessary. For this reason, mediation will only be effective if both spouses are willing to cooperate.
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If you are considering divorce and have concerns about what will happen to the family home – in addition to any other real estate, assets, or debts involved – our lawyers work closely with clients to help them understand how property is shared and divided during divorce, and what available options you have when it comes to a family home.
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