You think that there is no other way out. I need a Divorce Attorney. But there may be a better way to solve your problems. If you make an appointment with a Divorce Attorney chances are he or she will be a qualified Matrimonial Mediation lawyer.
Maybe you thought that the arguments and differences, and even arguing about arguing, would never stop until you divorced, but when you have received advice by a Matrimonial Mediation Lawyer you will see that is not necessarily so. The old saying ‘you can’t see the wood for the trees’ makes a lot of sense when you tell your story to somebody who knows how to advise you in the correct way.
If you decide on a divorce but still can’t come to an agreement about the children, money, and dividing the property then a Matrimonial Mediation lawyer will definitely be of benefit to you. Sometimes a divorce continues for far too long and two people will never be able to come to a conclusion on their own. This is a terrible thing for the family. Particularly so if children are involved.
Children pick up on your moods and attitude and if you don’t protect them from all the animosity then they could be at risk of psychological harm. That is the last thing you want to happen to your children. After all, they were born of love. So you need to protect them. A Matrimonial Mediation lawyer has the qualifications and experience to see both sides of the argument and is able to discuss problems with you and negotiate you through the problems and help you and your spouse come to an amicable conclusion.
Some divorce cases are settled quickly and a good Matrimonial Mediation lawyer will try to encourage you to navigate your way around your problems and help you to deal with your problems together, and by doing so you will save time, money and heartbreak. That sounds sensible to me.
Maybe you can’t come to a conclusion because of custody of the children, or maybe visitation rights are a problem. Your lawyer is able to help you over those hurdles. He or she will be able to make suggestions and discuss the terms of an agreement that perhaps you missed.
You can always look on the bright side too. If, after you have had a Matrimonial Mediation session with your lawyer, you see light at the end of the tunnel then negotiation might be the way to go and you will survive, rather than just get through a divorce. There is a big difference.
Family practitioners are Matrimonial Mediation experts and will be able to help you with all these issues.
Divorce Mediation Long Island – Many people who have had a Matrimonial Mediation session at Cobert Haber & Haber LLP who are a leading law firm in Long Island have benefited from their experience.