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Divorce Mediation in Clarksville, TN

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Handling a divorce or other family law matter through litigation can be a very lengthy and expensive process. That is why many individuals choose to handle these matters through mediation instead. Mediation is a type of alternative dispute resolution (or an alternative to litigation). This process involves bringing in a neutral third party who is trained in negotiation.

The role of the mediator is to help the two parties come to a mutual agreement. Individuals who are ending a marriage will likely need to agree on divorce terms such as alimony, child support, child custody and asset division. Mediation is not limited to matters of divorce. For example, this process might be used in a child custody battle in which no divorce is actually taking place.

If you are planning to handle your divorce through the mediation process, it is wise to hire a qualified divorce attorney to help you ensure that your best interests are being fairly represented during this process. At Grimes, Sensing & Clemons PLLC, our Clarksville mediation lawyers can provide you with high-quality legal counsel throughout the mediation process, providing you with sound legal guidance and helping you draft agreement terms. It is important to note that because mediators are required to remain impartial, they cannot provide you with the legal advice that an attorney can.

Benefits to Using Mediation

There are many benefits to using the medication process in a divorce. In addition to potentially being more cost-effective and time-efficient, mediation also gives divorcing individuals a chance to have more control over their divorce terms. When individuals are not able to come to agreements on their own, they have to have decisions made for them by the court. Furthermore, mediation is a more flexible process than arbitration since the mediator does not actually have the power to impose any solutions or final decisions on the parties in the divorce.

Contact our firm to learn more about how one of our attorneys can help you during mediation. We strive to provide our clients with individualized solutions that are best suited to their specific needs!

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