Mediation

If you want to avoid the costs and stress associated with a traditional divorce, there are other options. Mediation empowers you to participate in decisions that will shape your future for many years to come.

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Deciding to get a divorce is a big decision. Deciding how to get divorced is just as important. While traditional divorce is always an option, many couples want to find a more productive, cost-efficient way to resolve issues and dissolve their marriage. 

Mediation is just one way in which couples can dissolve their marriage and avoid the costs of a traditional divorce. This option is suitable for spouses who agree on key terms for the divorce and want to maintain an amicable relationship - even as they part ways.

What Is The Goal Of Mediation?

The goal of mediation is to reach a mutual agreement that is used to reach a mutual agreement. During mediation, couples discuss terms such as property distribution, child custody, child support, and spousal support. Couples may also elect to mediate issues that arise after a divorce has been finalized.

How Does Mediation Work?

In mediation, both parties will meet with a neutral mediator. Unlike a judge in a family law court, a mediator does not make final decisions. Rather, it is up to the couple to arrive at agreeable terms with the mediator’s assistance and guidance.

Gayle and Debby are both certified Family Law mediators. This means that they could either assist you as a neutral mediator or as your attorney in the mediation process. Please call our office to discuss how they can help you.

What Are The Benefits Of Mediation?

Divorce mediation empowers couples to participate in decisions that will affect their futures for years to come. Unlike filing for a divorce, which places important decisions in the hands of a judge, mediation allows couples to develop solutions that suit their individual interests and needs.

Mediation empowers you to participate in decisions that will shape your future for many years to come.

The mediation process also fosters trust and goodwill between parties - which is important for navigating matters such as joint custody once a divorce has been finalized.

Is Mediation Right For You?

We understand that every case is different. While mediation may seem like an ideal solution, it may not be right for everyone. Our team at Wagner & Bloch will assess the unique facts of your situation to help you choose whether a mediation strategy is the right model to achieve the best outcome for you and your family.

Mediation can be very effective for parties who are able to cooperatively engage in the process. By focusing solely on family law, our team understands how the law applies to your case and can be very direct and knowledgeable in your mediation. We can also tell you how your case might be resolved by a court to help overcome an impasse.

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If given the choice, how would you want your divorce to be handled? Would you want it to be time spent fighting or time spent working toward accomplishing a resolution with an equitable outcome for you and your family?

At Wagner & Bloch, our Cincinnati divorce lawyers take a sophisticated approach to solving difficult cases. We know family law and we know how to help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your specific case options. Send us a message via our contact form or call us today!

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"Professional, moderate, kind, and able to get the job done without making a difficult situation worse- I would recommend."

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