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Divorce Mediation Attorneys

In most counties in Texas, the parties are required to attend mediation before their case can go to final trial. Due to the benefits of mediation, the majority of cases settle at mediation. Therefore, the mediation process will often determine the final outcome of your case.

With the importance of mediation, you need a family law attorney with the knowledge and experience necessary to successfully and favorably mediate your case. Our lawyers are AV Preeminent® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, indicating an exceptional level of professionalism, proficiency, advocacy, and legal knowledge.

Understanding the Mediation Process

At mediation, the parties and their attorneys attempt to negotiate a final settlement with the assistance of a mediator. Typically at mediation, you and your attorney will be in one room while your spouse is in a different room with his or her attorney. The mediator will go back and forth between the rooms in an effort to negotiate a favorable settlement.

The selection of the mediator is critical to settlement and he or she should possess the knowledge and experience necessary to resolve the specific facts and legal issues of your case.

Achieving Results Through Alternative Dispute Resolution

At Stinson Moyle, PLLC, we have years of experience mediating divorce cases for family law clients. We take pride in our attention to detail, the depth of our preparation for mediation, and will work with you to fully prepare you for the mediation process. We want you to understand the long-term and short-term effects of settling your case. By helping you prepare fully for mediation, you are more likely to prevail or reach a favorable agreement in mediation.

The Benefits of Mediation

  • Saves time and money instead of lengthy and expensive litigation
  • The parties can discuss issues or concerns in a neutral and confidential environment
  • Allows parties to navigate the terms of their settlement
  • Allows the parties to seek creative solutions for their family

To meet with our skilled attorneys to learn how you can obtain a favorable outcome in mediation, please contact Stinson Moyle, PLLC today.



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