Coping with a divorce can be a daunting process. In addition to the life changes, emotional distress, business, and financial divisions, the actual divorce process can be drawn out, costly and frequently results in a struggle between property, finances, and child custody. A lot of people think that going to court for a divorce is the only way they can settle; however, divorce mediation is starting to be progressively popular. Arizona courts request couples seek divorce mediation so they can help the process.
Divorce Mediation Saves Time and Money
Every divorce is different and is influenced by your own situation. A few couples have their assets bound to each other, some conduct business together and have young children. Each of these can make the divorce process harder. In addition, couples will each have contrasting relationships. Some couples getting divorced have a reciprocal relationship and can easily work things out, while others have a destructive relationship and have a hard time agreeing with each other. Each situation will change the process of enduring divorce and will determine how long takes to complete it. If you choose to go to court with your divorce it will be finalized around 12-18 months. However, if you hire a mediator, the divorce can be finished in as little as 3 months.
The Right Divorce Mediator
Additionally, divorce mediators will impact how long the process takes, too. A few divorce mediators might be a little inexperienced or incapable in keeping divorce couples on course and assist in keeping communication open and help them make good choices. That’s why, when you are searching for a divorce mediator it is important that you find someone that will listen to you and is aware of your situation, and that you are comfortable working with and can work alongside the divorcing couple to assist them in deciding their own outcome. The couples divorcing need to make decisions by themselves, and when you decide on divorce mediation over a courtroom you can accomplish this.
Experienced Divorce Mediator
When you want to separate, you’ll want the whole process to be smooth, that leaves you and your soon to be ex in a mutually beneficial situation and be both time and cost-effective. Try not to make the process more difficult than it currently is. Give Moshier Law a call today. We offer a listening ear and can provide you with the information and resources you need to simply move on.
Speak with our Divorce Mediation Attorney in Scottsdale & Phoenix, AZ
Moshier Law should be your choice when you need the best divorce mediator in Scottsdale. An experienced family law attorney will work with you to obtain the best possible outcome in your situation. We advocate for our clients, so they have the brightest future possible. Give us a call today at 480-999-0800 for a free consultation.
We can protect and advise you regarding Divorce and property division, child custody, child support, legal guardianship, child visitation, marital home and real estate matters, allocation and valuation of investments, businesses, practices, retirement savings, pensions, personal possessions, valuables, vehicles, closely-held businesses, alimony and spousal maintenance, and debt division. To find out how our divorce attorneys can help your matter, schedule your initial case evaluation today.
We have a specialized network of Arizona attorneys, tax specialists, financial planners, estate planners, child specialists, real estate property appraisers, adult and child therapists and parenting coordinators who are here to help you when needed. Our Arizona divorce mediators are here to make your divorce less exhausting and will help keep you in control.
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When a case demands litigation, you’ll have the benefit of 19 years of litigation experience in California and Arizona. But when a case demands collaborative law or mediation, we can meaningfully describe why collaborative law or mediation may or may not be your best option.