RHODE ISLAND DIVORCE MEDIATION
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Mediation is an increasingly popular route for many divorcing couples. Divorce mediation may save you time and money, and it can also spare emotional stress and strain on you and your family.
Why Choose Our Divorce Mediation Firm?
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At TJC • ESQ, we help clients decide if mediation is right for them, and, if it is, assist the client by providing the advice they need to successfully resolve their divorce disputes in mediation. Attorney Tim J. Conlon has more than 30 years of experience, and he has represented countless clients in mediation in Rhode Island.
Is Mediation Right for You and Your Family?
At our firm, we will work with you to weigh your options to determine whether mediation is right for you in your divorce. While some families are unable to reach an agreement without the help of a judge, there are many benefits to resolving your divorce in mediation.
Benefits of mediation include:
- Control – Mediation allows you and your former spouse to take control and ownership over your divorce settlement. You will make the decisions about your future, not a judge.
- Save money – Trials are expensive. While anger or frustration may push you toward fighting in court, reaching an agreement through mediation can save you money in your divorce.
- Less strain – Courtroom divorce battles can be stressful and full of toxic emotions. Mediation can allow you to reach an agreement without resorting to a fight, which is particularly important when children are involved.
Crafting a Solution to Every Issue in Your Divorce
Alternative dispute resolutions (ADRs), such as mediation or collaborative family law, allow you to craft a custom solution to every issue in your divorce, including:
- Property division
- Child custody and child support
- Spousal support and alimony
Do You Need a Mediator or Representation in Mediation?
A mediator presides over mediation as a neutral third party, guiding your negotiations. A mediator does not represent you or your spouse. If you want legal advice regarding your interests, or assistance in negotiating a settlement from someone who represents your interests, you need to hire your own divorce lawyer.
Our attorneys can act as mediators to your dispute or they can represent you as your attorney in mediation. No attorney can act as mediator and represent you at the same time, our family law attorneys can help you understand your mediation options and develop a strategy to meet your needs and those of your family. Whether you need help with divorce mediation in Rhode Island or Massachusetts, our attorneys can help you.
TJC • ESQ is now a part of Burns & Levinson, one of the largest and most respected family law firms in the nation. Learn more.