Nelson Law Roundup: 6 Useful Blog Posts on Mediation and Amicable Divorces
Nelson Law Roundup: 6 Useful Blog Posts on Mediation and Amicable Divorces

Nelson Law Roundup: 6 Useful Blog Posts on Mediation and Amicable Divorces

Contrary to popular belief, you do not have to go through a costly, time-consuming, and nasty court process to get divorced. In fact, clients we work with realize quickly that an amicable divorce is both realistic and well within their control — provided that both spouses have the same goals. This is where services such as mediation and collaborative divorce can help you get to the finish line.

As a firm, we have written extensively about the benefits of mediation and how ending your marriage on good terms is possible. Below is a roundup of a few of those useful blog posts. And if you need legal advice beyond that for your unique situation, please call us.

6 Useful Blog Posts on Mediation and Amicable Divorces

Collaborative Divorce and Mediation — Which Is the Best Option for Us?

With collaborative divorce and mediation, the goal is to help divorcing couples move forward quietly, efficiently, and peacefully — thus avoiding the unfortunate consequences of litigation. This blog can help you decide which is the best option for you.

8 Ways to Gain Control of Divorce

Yes, there is still plenty about the divorce process that will always be out of your control. But you can absolutely gain control of divorce and have a say in what happens next. This blog explores a few places you can start.

Family Law: Is it Better to Settle Out of Court or Go to Court?

The answer to this question lies in the facts and circumstances of your family law case and your goals and resources. Sometimes, it is possible to find common ground and settle. In other situations, a settlement simply may not be possible, and your only option is to let the judge or the jury resolve the disputed issues in your case.

Want a Healthy Divorce? Consider These 10 Tips

You and your soon-to-be former spouse can do things differently. Here are 10 tips to keep your divorce civilized, dignified, and healthy.

Award-Winning Lawyer Jim Ashmore Joints Nelson Law Group Team

If you need an accomplished mediator, Jim Ashmore is the perfect option. Jim joined our law office last year, adding his nearly three decades of experience to a team that already includes Nancy Bouajram, Ryan Thornhill, and founding partner, Brett Nelson.

Divorce Lawyer and Mediator: What’s the Difference?

While a divorce lawyer and mediator are both in the business of conflict resolution, and while many mediators are lawyers, their professions and roles in your divorce case are vastly different.

Call Nelson Law Group today!!

Whether you think you can divorce amicably or not, you need an experienced lawyer in your corner — someone who has seen it all, gathers relevant evidence to build a personalized strategy, and has a compassionate approach. Nelson Law Group, PC brings over two decades of experience to each family law case we handle. We have extensive bench and jury trial experience, and we will devise a comprehensive strategy based on our years of experience, intuitive legal skill, and the desired outcome of your case. We will also be available to answer your questions or respond to your concerns as they come up.

Contact us today to discuss your situation and gain the information you need to know to make good decisions moving forward. Give our knowledgeable staff a call if you have any further questions regarding this or any other issue.

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