Mediation is based in communication and respect. It brings disputing parties together – often divorcing spouses – to discuss the issues in dispute and determine the best possible outcome. Mediation is not intended to force couples into not divorcing, but it can be used to help them divorce in the best way possible. It prevents the process from becoming bitter and contentious, and enables couples to remain in complete control of the outcome.
Mediation has also been shown to make divorce easier on children in Whitley County. Because parents are not battling in the courtroom over their divorce, and instead are working together to design an ideal outcome, children see their parents as a team.
Mediation also offers a number of practical benefits, including being less expensive and creating a more efficient path to divorce. It also allows important relationships to be preserved so family members are able to work together in the future, especially when it comes to co-parenting.
If you believe mediation could help you and your family deal with a difficult situation, contact Dawn Boyd.
The goal in family law matters should never be winning or losing. Everyone involved in the dispute should make an effort to find the best possible outcome and protect the most vulnerable members of the family. Should the matter escalate to court, the system will do what it can to offer protection but it will never understand your family as much as you do. In the best case scenario, you and your family will remain in control of decisions and will be able to resolve the disputes you currently face without court intervention.
The challenges that come with being a family can be difficult. The court system can make them even more so. If you are looking for way to resolve family law matters efficiently and effectively, contact Dawn.
When this happens in Whitley County, Dawn Boyd can help. She acts as an advocate for clients involved in litigation and will do all she can to ensure that they are treated fairly. Litigation can be fraught with complication and difficult to understand. Dawn takes the time to understand each client’s situation and explain to the best of her ability what can be expected and how to take the best approach.
If you are involved in litigation or you believe your situation is headed in that direction in Whitley County, contact Dawn to schedule a consultation.