Divorce Mediation / Collaborative Law
Many couples are interested in alternatives to a litigated divorce in order to cut down on the financial and emotional toll that litigation can take. In mediation, an objective third party mediator is assigned to help both parties come to an equitable agreement on all the issues related to the dissolution of their marriage.
A successful mediation or collaborative divorce can not only save time and money, but can help preserve the relationship between the parties after the divorce. This can be especially important if there are children involved. The process of mediation can also provide the parties with tools to resolve disputes that may arise in the future.
The Law Offices of Coughlin Rainboth Murphy and Lown have exceptional experience in divorce mediation. Our ultimate goal is to secure a favorable divorce settlement that is mutually agreed upon by the parties.