Mediation & Collaborative Divorce

Achieving a fair result through a collaborative approach

Mediation & Collaborative Divorce Attorneys

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Divorce is seen, and for good reason, as a stressful, traumatic process for all those involved. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Our attorneys at Holstrom, Block & Parke, a Professional Law Corporation, work diligently to make your transition out of marriage as easy as possible. One of the best ways to achieve this is through a collaborative approach. Pursuing an uncontested divorce without the assistance of an experienced family law attorney can be dangerous. Our attorneys can work with you to aim for out-of-court settlement whenever possible because it saves time, money, and heartache. We want to cause as little harm to you as possible, and we will always pursue a collaborative divorce when it is beneficial and reasonable to do so.

Understanding the Mediation Process

The word “mediation” can have an intimidating or confusing connotation to some, but it’s actually a fairly straightforward process. In mediation, both spouses meet together with a third party mediator, whose job is to keep the conversation moving forward in a healthy, productive manner. It can be a rewarding experience that may lead to solutions neither spouse expected. However, if both parties are not fully flexible and open-minded, the mediation process can be a large waste of time and money.

Outside of the mediation room, the attorneys at Holstrom, Block & Parke can prepare you for these sessions and ensure that your goals are met. Being flexible doesn’t mean giving in without trying—it means finding a solution both parties are happy with. We can help ensure that you are legally protected while accommodating your needs.