Divorce Mediation: A Fort Worth Lawyer With Decades Of Experience
Minimizing conflict in divorce and finding ways to avoid costly, drawn-out litigation are worthy, important goals for many of our clients at The Law Office of J. Kevin Clark P.C. After discussing your unique situation and concerns, we can present several options that may accomplish these objectives, one option could be divorce mediation.
We Will Explain Options For Reducing Divorce Conflict And Costs
If you believe you and your divorcing spouse can still communicate effectively, we will strive to resolve as many issues as possible through direct negotiations. Ultimately, the court in Tarrant County, Johnson County, Parker County or another area jurisdiction may order mediation to achieve dispute resolution — and we prepare our clients thoroughly and accompany them when that occurs. However, alternative approaches to divorce that we can help you evaluate include:
- Private mediation (sometimes called collaborative or “team” mediation): Hiring an independent, objective mediator acceptable to both parties sometimes helps to balance the situation and arrive at solutions that work for both parties.
- Collaborative law: This is a relatively new approach to divorce resolution that typically involves bringing other professionals — financial analysts, family counselors and others — into a comfortable, non-adversarial setting in the effort to reach agreement on important issues.
Through Communication And Collaboration, We Can Help You Control Outcomes
Attorney Kevin Clark’s established strengths center on highly interactive client communication, understanding of unique family dynamics, and preparation for any twist or turn in the divorce process. As an attorney certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, he is equipped to handle the most intense disputes by fighting smart and effectively if needed.
We consistently encourage our clients to pursue the avenue most likely to keep crucial family decisions in their own hands. Judges have limited information and do the best they can, but divorce litigation can lead to dissatisfaction and regret all around. If your priorities include keeping your divorce proceedings private and protecting your children, it is well worth considering voluntary divorce mediation or a collaborative law approach.