Nassau County Divorce Mediation
Divorce mediator located in Nassau County
Numerous couples are turning to mediation to get divorced. While some cannot agree to a resolution, finding themselves in court, others are realizing the impact divorce has on the family, both emotionally and financially. Marital issues are complicated and sensitive. When a couple can set aside their differences and work together for a common goal, mediation may be a great option for them. The process of mediation has saved countless people time, money, and animosity brought on by litigation. In many cases, mediation has helped a couple heal and end the matter amicably.
The Pollack Law Firm, P.C. provides effective and experienced mediation services. Our firm recognizes the impact litigation has on individuals and their families. Robert Pollack, Esq. has significant experience as a Nassau County mediator. Through his years of service to Long Island, he has guided countless couples through divorce mediation and helped them avoid the pitfalls of court. When divorcing couples are prepared to come together and work out their differences, The Pollack Law Firm, P.C. is ready to help. Contact our firm for the quality divorce mediation services you deserve.
What is divorce mediation?
Divorce mediation is a method of alternate dispute resolution, focused on helping couples avoid court and the burdens attached. With the help of a mediator, a couple can discuss terms of their divorce and, hopefully, come to an agreement in writing. A mediator’s goal is to guide a couple through every significant, unresolved issue. The divorce mediator represents neither party and works to get the couple to agree to a resolution. A mediator is responsible for ensuring that both parties feel comfortable enough to speak freely. Mediation is a series of sessions that center around a mutual goal. The time it takes to resolve these issues depends on the couple. There is no time limit or constraints at all. The couple can take as long as they need. Once the sessions are complete, the mediator will draft a Separation Agreement to be used if the couple wishes to divorce.
Why are people turning to mediation?
Divorce mediation has many potential benefits. Avoiding litigation is in everyone’s best interest. Courts often explore the practicality of alternate dispute resolution before diving into divorce cases. When a couple engages in mediation, they can:
- Save time and money
- Are often happier with the results
- Avoid the emotional toll on themselves
- Trust in the confidentiality of the process
- Mitigate the impact of the divorce on the family
- Retain control over their future
Contact an experienced Long Island Divorce Mediator
Divorce can be a tumultuous process. While some people can set aside their harbored hostility to talk about the important issues, it is not as easy for others. Having a helping hand to guide you through these tough times may be your best chance of avoiding a court battle. If you are interested in finding out more about the process, contact The Pollack Law Firm, P.C. for a consultation.