Why Should You Hire a Professional Attorney? Divorce Mediation Center of Santa Clarita

by | May 1, 2021 | With Your Family in Mind

Consider hiring an experienced family law attorney to help you with your divorce mediation: Hiring an experienced family law attorney as your mediator is important, as the attorney can offer to the parties his in-court experiences and relate them to their set of facts. An experienced divorce attorney can also assist in the paperwork that the Court requires to process a dissolution of marriage, from the initial summons and petition, through the Declaration of Disclosure and Schedule of Assets and Debts concluding with the preparation and filing with the Court of the Marital Settlement Agreement and Stipulated Judgment.
I have spent over forty years litigating divorce matters. During that time, I have participated in and observed hundreds of cases where litigation was not the proper forum for resolving the issues (child custody, child support, spousal support/alimony, property division) of the divorce. Many situations beg for an alternative method of resolution rather than litigation.
Divorce Mediation is the answer. That is why I have formed the Divorce Mediation Center of Santa Clarita. I believe that I can use my forty years of experience in family law to help and assist couples reach reasonable and equitable decisions concerning their divorce.
​Of course, divorce education, helping the parties understand the divorce process is the important first step to divorce mediation. My first objective when meeting with clients is to provide this education so that informed decisions can be made by the parties.
For more information go to www.divorcemediationscv.com or call me at 661-295-4644.

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