Mediation offers clients a wide range of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms to resolve divorce & family law disputes outside of the court system. The objective is to achieve the best, most efficient and cost-effective resolution of family law disputes for each client. In both mediation and collaborative law, the couple controls all decision-making, allowing them to find solutions uniquely suited to their own needs.
In cases where mediation is available, clients can preserve confidentiality and often produce quicker and more cost-effective results than through traditional litigation.
Did you know? A neutral attorney mediator can help two people reach a family law agreement or divorce settlement amicably. To learn more, please call our New City, New York, law office today at (845) 243-0295 or fill out our secure online form.
Divorce mediation is a way for couples who have decided to end their marriage to work collaboratively on a separation/divorce plan amicably and in the most and cost effective way.
As a mediator, I will work with the couple as they move through the process of separation and divorce. The goal is for them to listen to each other, and gain a better understanding of their own and their partner’s needs.
If children are involved, the non-adversarial approach of mediation and collaborative practice increases the parents’ ability to work together on future parenting issues and minimize their children’s stress.
Mediation can also be effective for family disputes other than divorce: mediation is effective to resolve conflict between parent and adolescent, or between an elderly parent and adult children.
Attorney Stacy Sabatini can handle everything for you: from negotiating and drafting the agreement to the filing of the divorce papers. And you will never have to step foot into a courtroom.
If you wish to pursue mediation, contact the qualified family law team at The Law Office of Stacy Sabatini, Esq. Located in New City, NY, our legal team serves divorce & family law clients throughout Rockland County and Westchester County. For more information please call (845) 243-0295 or email us today!
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