Mediation: Helping You Keep Your Calm And Control
Traditional litigation for a family law matter is frequently contentious. Why add unnecessary pressure to an already stressful situation? Instead, you can work with Law & Mediation Office of Lewis S. Calderon to resolve a family law matter through mediation.
Attorney Calderon has more than 20 years of experience in family law and has served as a mediator in numerous cases. He also represents clients throughout New York in their mediation sessions. He can use mediation for many situations, including those involving:
- Separation and divorce
- Orthodox Jewish divorce
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Separation agreements
- Asset division
- Child custody and visitation
- Child and spousal support
- Marital mediation
- Parenting mediation
If you are curious about using mediation, reach out to schedule a free initial consultation in Jamaica.
What To Know About The Process
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution. It involves you and your spouse, each represented by an attorney, coming together in private sessions with a neutral mediator. Instead of appearing in court where a judge will issue a decision regarding property division or another issue, you work together to find a mutually satisfactory outcome.
The Benefits Of Mediation
In recent years, mediation has gained popularity among New Yorkers who have encountered a conflict. People turn to mediation for the many benefits it offers, such as:
- Privacy: Court proceedings are public, but mediation sessions remain private.
- Control: You and the other party have the final say over the results.
- Amicability: Mediation can help you maintain polite relations with your partner.
- Time-efficiency: Generally, mediation takes less time than a trial.
- Cost-efficiency: It also tends to be less expensive to mediate an issue than litigate it.
Do these benefits leave you curious about whether mediation is right for you? Speak with attorney Calderon to discuss your personal circumstances and ask about the mediation process.
Get A Free Consultation About Family Law Mediation
Mr. Calderon is ready to help you work collaboratively with your spouse or another party to resolve a conflict through mediation. To schedule a free, confidential consultation with attorney Calderon, call 718-673-2617 or send him an email.
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