Las Vegas Divorce Mediation Attorneys
Serving all of Clark County Including Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Overton, Mesquite, Laughlin and Moapa Valley
Participating in a mediation session during the divorce process can serve as a healthy alternative to a stressfully litigation.
With the assistance of an experienced Las Vegas divorce mediation lawyer, mediation can be less costly than going to court and may also give the spouses the opportunity to develop a reasonable agreement with the assistance of an unbiased third party.
With so much at stake, enduring a divorce in Clark County, Nevada without an experienced mediation lawyer is very risky. It is not wise for a spouse to mediate an agreement without seeking legal advice from an experienced Las Vegas divorce mediation attorney.
Contact Mills & Anderson at (702) 386-0030 or submit an online form to discuss your case with a knowledgeable family law mediation lawyer that has experience negotiating sensitive matters such as; child support, child visitation, alimony, and division of community property.
Clark County, Nevada Divorce Mediation Information Center:
- What is Mediation in Divorce?
- What are the Benefits of a Mediated Divorce?
- What is the Role of the Mediator?
- What is my Attorney’s Role in the Mediation?
What is Mediation in Divorce?
Mediation in divorce is an alternative process in which a neutral third party, a mediator, assists divorcing spouses in reaching an agreement on unresolved issues. These issues usually involve the division of their assets, alimony, child support, child visitation, and child custody.
What are the Benefits of a Mediated Divorce?
Attending a mediation session offers both spouses several benefits when compared to a litigated divorce proceeding, some of which are:
- Mediation is less costly than trial,
- Mediation can be less stressful ,
- Mediations can be less demanding than trial,
- Mediations are more predictable than a trial,
- Mediations are confidential,
- Mediations give both spouses an opportunity to express their views,
- Less time consuming than a trial, and
- Less confrontational
What is the Role of the Mediator?
The mediator is a neutral third party that encourages healthy communication between the spouses in order to help them develop an agreement that is mutually acceptable. If an agreement is successfully formed during the mediation, the trial process is avoided.
It is important to note that the mediator is not a judge and is unable to make final decisions. The mediator does not represent either party nor will the mediator give either party legal advice. The ultimate goal of the mediator is to help the spouses come to a written agreement that is fair and acceptable for all parties involved.
What is my Attorney’s role in the Mediation?
Having access to sound legal advice is important, even in mediation, because the finalized agreement created in the mediation will be enforceable against both parties once approved by the court. Also, the goal of the mediator is to form a reasonable agreement between the parties, not to give either party legal advice.
For a mediation agreement to be binding and enforceable, both parties must agree to the settlement. Once finalized and signed by both parties, it is then submitted to the court for approval. Once approved by the court, the mediation agreement becomes a court order. The attorneys at Mills & Anderson are knowledgeable and can assist you during your mediation. To get informed of your rights, contact us at (702) 386-0030 to schedule your initial consultation today.
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Finding an experienced mediation lawyer in Las Vegas, Boulder City, and other cities in Clark County, Nevada is essential. Mediations can be beneficial to both parties because it gives a productive alternative to a long divorce proceeding through the trial process.
We also represent clients in a variety of issues including:
- Contested Divorce
- Uncontested Divorce
- Incapacitated Divorce
- Military Divorce
- High Income and High Net Worth Divorces
- Military Divorce
- Temporary Alimony
- Rehabilitative Alimony
- Division of Community Property
- Hidden Assets
Contact Mills & Anderson at (702) 386-0030 to discuss your case with a knowledgeable divorce mediation attorney that has experience handling sensitive matters such as; child support, child visitation, alimony, and division of community property. Our lawyers will help you to protect your assets and your future.