When two parties are looking for personalized and flexible solutions for their divorce, mediation may be their best option. This is because the process is hands on and allows both parties to actively work through their issues, negotiating to reach agreements in child custody terms, property division, debt allocation, and more. If both parties share similar goals and are able to communicate effectively, mediation will allow them the most affordable and personalized conditions for reaching a divorce agreement. Contact us today to learn more about our online divorce mediation services, as well as our in office services once social gatherings have returned to normal. Our team is dedicated to helping you find divorce solutions that work for your family and your specific needs.
What Does The Mediator Do?
The mediator in your case will work as a neutral third party, that helps guide both parties towards resolution in the divorce. The mediator is present in order to help both parties clearly form their own positions as well as understand the needs of each other, in order to reach a compromising resolution that satisfies both parties. Licensed mediators typically are equipped with an area of expertise that they are most familiar with. This means, when it comes to a divorce, while you do not have to work with a family law divorce attorney for your mediation, they will be the most qualified.
Galveston County Mediation Experts
Dawn Renken is a practicing family law attorney who specializes in divorce cases in the Galveston County area. In 2014, Attorney Renken received her mediation license through ADR Services International Inc. Since this time, she has worked with a wide range of couples looking to divorce without public court appearances and back and forth litigation, by representing both parties as a neutral mediator. Mediation is often looked at as a more private, affordable, and flexible option to reach a divorce agreement. It requires both parties to be willing to work together and find a compromise that suits their particular divorce needs. Mediation is not finalized until both parties formally accept the agreement the mediator helps them come to. In the case that one or both parties do not agree to the terms of the agreement, the mediation will end and they will need to pursue litigation. Contact us today to learn more about how mediation can help you reach a divorce agreement that fits your needs.
Galveston County Mediation Services
Renken Law Firm is here to help couples who wish to dissolve their marriage, whether that be through divorce or legal separation. We are here to help those who are ending marriages that have been contested, uncontested, or collaborative. We are fully prepared to help you navigate the specifics of your case. All marriages are different, making each divorce equally unique with its own set of needs that must be addressed. Contact our law office to explore your options moving forward, and find out how we can help you.
Renken Law Firm, PLLC
11500 Northwest Fwy #618
Houston, TX 77092