Child Custody Mediation can save parents, and all involved in this most unfortunate of disputes, much in the way of time, money and added emotional distress. To have a child custody case drag out in a courtroom setting is something a typical parent would prefer to avoid. Fortunately, a child custody resolution can be achieved more expeditiously when a mutual agreement is met within the less intimidating, more intimate confines of a mediation session.
In these matters, a professional mediation attorney or mediator, an individual who is completely neutral to either side involved in the disagreement at hand, will hear out both parties and will attempt to design a mutual agreement that benefits everyone involved. Resolutions are typically reached far faster in the mediation process, making it a preferable option to litigation in many cases. To learn more about mediation for child custody, please read the articles in this category.