Mediation is the voluntary process in which a mediator facilitates negotiations between disputing parties. The mediator’s role is to help the parties find a mutually acceptable solution to the dispute. Mediation can save parties time and money, as opposed to traditional litigation.
Mediation does not impose a solution; it is not binding until the parties reach and sign a settlement agreement. Mediation allows parties to come up with a solution that works best for their family.
At Brown Dutton & Crider, our mediator is a family law and divorce expert with unmatched expertise. Our mediator is an attorney-neutral who has handled thousands of cases and is dedicated to resolving the often emotional issues that can arise in family law.
Our mediator can help you achieve agreements related to:
Divorce, custody, and modification issues as an alternative to court intervention
Creation and modification of custody plans, including addressing parents’ drug, alcohol, physical, and mental health issues, as well as children’s special needs
Grandparent Custody and visitation
Negotiation of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements