Trained Family Law Mediators Who Will Advocate For You
Since 1965, our attorneys at Albano, Richart, Welch & Bajackson, LLC, have been a staple in the community, respected for helping clients with their family law matters. Today, we can also help you avoid lengthy court proceedings by utilizing alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation. Our mediation services help our clients find resolutions to divorce and custody cases without spending time and money on a courtroom battle.
With decades of experience in family law, our lawyers are trained meditators who know how to be strong advocates for our clients, in and out of the courtroom. We always set realistic expectations as we team up with you to meet your legal goals. Out of our office in Independence, we also help you throughout the Kansas City metro area.
The Many Benefits Of Choosing Mediation
Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process that helps people reach an agreement and avoid going to court. Mediation is faster, more cost-effective and generally less stressful on your family. Mediation can be utilized in various cases but is especially useful in divorce, child custody and child support. It is also required by the court for all contested divorce matters before they can go to trial.
Our attorneys are trained mediators ready to help you discuss your concerns and needs. The mediation process is flexible and allows both parties to speak and have their thoughts known. Because it involves discussing differences and coming to an agreement, mediation is often less contentious and easier on your family.
Success in mediation relies on effective communication. Preparing for a family law mediation involves discussing your non-negotiables and needs with your attorney. As trained mediators, our attorneys will carefully go over the logistics of mediation to ensure you are comfortable with the process and then be by your side every step of the way. We will help you determine and work toward a realistic goal that meets your needs.
Contact Our Trained Mediators For Help Today
If you have questions about mediation, contact us to schedule a consultation and learn more. You can call the firm at 816-533-7673 or contact us online.