Franklin Mediation Lawyers
Serving Franklin & Williamson County
Family law disputes can be draining. Whether you and your spouse are disagreeing over
child support, property division, or alimony, mediation can be an effective way to help
clients reach a practical solution. If you are interested in exploring
mediation for your dispute, don't hesitate to speak with a Franklin
family law mediation attorneys at Crosier & Hudson Family Law. We
can assess your situation to see if mediation is right for you.
Contact (615) 645-1388 to request a
What to Expect in Mediation
In mediation sessions, both parties are typically represented by their
respective lawyers, who help facilitate the conversation. The parties
can discuss the issues at hand and negotiate an agreement that both of
you are satisfied with.
It is advisable, but not required, that you have a lawyer who is experienced
at conducting mediation sessions represent you. Being able to skillfully
guide the conversation towards a solution and diffusing tension is what
makes a mediation session productive.
Benefits of Mediation
Mediation can offer a number of benefits. At our firm, we often encourage
clients to explore the mediation route because we have seen firsthand
the positive change that it can yield for their situation.
Why do clients find mediation to be a better option than litigation?
- It is more cost-effective
- It is much quicker than a trial, which can drag on for months
- It is more private
- It is win-win (everyone has to agree to the solution)
- There is less hostility
- Couples create solutions that are right for them
Couples who choose the mediation route often end up being more satisfied
with the result and more likely to stick to their solution. In the long-run,
this can mean that there are less disputes down the road and more amicable
relationships between former spouses.
Effective Mediation Services from a Rule 31 Family Mediator
Diane Crosier of Crosier & Hudson Family Law is a
Rule 31 Family Mediator with extensive experience mediating family law cases. No matter how complicated
or how difficult your dispute may seem, she is always ready to help you
work out a solution that meets your goals.
To discuss your dispute,
call (615) 645-1388.