What Are The Alternatives To Litigation?
Divorce is thought of as an ugly process, often for good reason. Many couples spend thousands of dollars fighting each other over the big and small issues in their divorce, everything from custody of their children down to personal possessions. But divorce does not have to be that way. There are alternatives to litigation that leave the couple in control of their destiny and protect their ability to maintain an amicable relationship for the sake of their children.
Experienced Help With Divorce Settlements
I’m attorney Gene Barton, a divorce attorney with more than 42 years of experience representing men and women in Chickasaw County. I draw on my legal experience as well as my own personal experience with divorce and family law to guide my clients to successful conclusions. Wherever appropriate, I encourage my clients to pursue alternatives to litigation.
Mediation In Mississippi Divorce Cases
Mediation is often thought of as a tactic for resolving expensive lawsuits, but it can be equally if not more valuable to couples seeking a peaceful resolution to their divorce and family law issues.
How does mediation work? The two parties pay a private individual who is trained to resolve these issues without needing to go to court. This often saves time, money and aggravation for the parties and leaves them in control of the outcome. Agreements reached through mediation are often more durable than agreements that are put in the hands of a judge due to an inability to agree.
Contact Me To Find Out How I Can Help You Without Going To Court
To learn more about how I can help you pursue means of alternative dispute resolution, contact my law firm at 662-447-2522 for a free initial consultation.