What Happens If You Don’t Agree In Mediation?

What Happens If You Don't Agree In Mediation

What Is Divorce Mediation?

Mediation is an alternative method used by couples seeking divorce. This method of divorce is often used in cases where both parties are willing to work together, in order to reach an amicable agreement that suits both of their needs. Divorce mediation will work to cover the final divisions for matters involving property, financial assets, financial debts, and in some cases even custody of a child.

 

Mediation is a more direct process of divorce, that allows more privacy and freedom for the parties involved. The mediation agreement will be reached between both spouses, while a neutral third party works as a mediator, to ensure that both parties’ needs are being heard and that the agreement reached is mutually beneficial. The mediation process helps to eliminate the need for several back and forth negotiations, allowing for a quicker and more communicative divorce agreement.

 

In traditional divorces, a judge will listen to what both parties have to say and show, before making the ultimate decision in the terms of their divorce agreement. One of the greatest benefits to choosing mediation as your method for divorce, is that both parties must agree on the terms of the divorce before it is finalized. If either party does not fully agree to the terms of the divorce, they can simply not sign the agreement. This allows for total control for the couple. If they are unable to come to a resolution and sign the agreement, they may need to pursue a litigated divorce in order to finalize it.

 

Attorney Dawn Renken has been helping couples achieve a compromise that works for both of their long term needs. In 2014, Attorney Renken became a licensed mediator, earning this title through ADR Services International Inc. If you and your spouse are actively looking to work through your divorce together, Renken Law Firm can help. We work hard to help families maintain their lifestyles and come to a divorce agreement that suits everyone’s needs. If you are located in Galveston, TX or one of the surrounding communities and are seeking a mediation attorney, contact Renken Law Firm. Our team of legal professionals can help you to determine what you need from your divorce and how to move forward with the next chapter of your family’s life.

 

Divorce Mediation in Galveston TX

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. We proudly serve the Greater Houston area, including but not limited to Brazos County, Cypress, Fort Bend County, Galveston, Houston Heights, Houston, Humble, Katy, Kingwood, Memorial Houston, Montgomery County, Montrose, Richmond, Rosenberg, Spring, The Woodlands. 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
(713) 956-6767
https://therenkenlawfirm.com
https://therenkenlawfirm.com/cities-we-serve/galveston-tx-divorce-attorney/

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