Sarah L. Wright has mediated numerous cases since 2007. Mediation is a non-adversarial, flexible, and confidential alternative dispute resolution process. The mediator is a neutral facilitator and does not impose a decision on the parties. Instead, the mediator assists the parties in making their own decisions and developing a written agreement resolving all issues in their case. In mediation, the parties control their outcome. Because both parties are working with the same base of information, it usually takes far less time to negotiate a mutually acceptable resolution. As a result, mediation is typically a more cost-effective alternative to litigation. Additionally, in mediation, settlement agreements are more comprehensive than judgments obtained by going to court. In general, we recommend that each party retain an attorney to provide legal advice throughout the mediation process and to provide independent legal advice before signing your settlement agreement.

In a family law case, mediation gives you and your current or former spouse a way to settle conflicts in a way that helps you communicate more effectively and work together as co-parents after your divorce or post-judgment. Mediation can make it easier to move forward and accept the past, rather than turning hurt and anger into an expensive court battle. The open and free exchange of information frees up both spouses to negotiate with each other in confidence.

For more information on how mediation could be effective in resolving your dispute, please contact Sarah L. Wright at (520) 512-5444.


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