Under normal circumstances, no one ties the knot with the goal of divorcing someday. Unfortunately, divorce is part of life. There are times when, despite your best efforts, divorce may be the most sensible thing to do. Here are three instances when you should seriously consider asking your spouse for a divorce, or proceed with one […]
What is Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative Dispute Resolution allows clients to avoid the uncertainty and expense of litigation. Alternative dispute resolution is handled between lawyers and/or the parties seeking separation or divorce. If negotiations to the conflict do not result in a resolution, mediation and arbitration can be additional options. Vavonese Law Firm, PC helps clients determine whether alternative dispute resolution makes sense for their case and which form of alternative dispute resolution is most appropriate after analyzing your particular situation.
Mediation has become very common. It can be a cost-effective way to resolve disputed issues that arise as a result of a failed marriage. There are many benefits to settling a family law case privately. Litigation can be expensive, stressful and uncertain.
During mediation, the parties hire a neutral mediator that will assist them in voluntarily resolving their dispute. Filling a lawsuit is not necessary in order to participate in mediation. Each party will meet in a separate room at the mediator’s office or other mutually agreeable location. In the case of mediation, the parties may or may not be represented by lawyers.
Jamie Vavonese is a certified family financial mediator and can assist not only in representing clients in mediation, but also as the mediator. Please contact Vavonese Law Firm, PC for information about mediation either using Jamie as the mediator or as the attorney.
Vavonese Family Law Legal Blog
Marriage is a sign of commitment between partners. The occasion of a wedding day can be extremely exciting and romantic, but there is also a legal aspect to the institution. Prenuptial agreements are one way that couples opt to protect their rights before tying the knot. For the most part, these documents are legally binding, […]
As a parent going through a divorce, it can be hard to handle issues with your spouse. On one hand, you understand that they are upset or frustrated, but on the other, you know that you both need to work together to resolve your divorce-related issues and move forward. Alternative dispute resolution may help you do […]
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