A divorce, contested probate or a guardianship forces you and your family to confront a variety of contentious issues. Usually reaching an agreement serves your interests and your family best. This often requires working out a solution that is unique to your situation. By sitting down with your spouse, mediation can expedite the resolution of issues in a divorce, contested probate or a guardianship.

At the Law Offices of Mary Ann Beaty, P.C., we can serve as an independent mediator to aid you and your attorney in reaching a resolution of your issues. Contact Attorney Beaty to learn more about alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and the conflict mediation process.

Often times, people’s emotions interfere with their ability to think reasonably during a divorce, contested probate or a guardianship. But overly emotional responses to disputes during a such times rarely lead to productive results. Our firm assists you in making good decisions by objectively analyzing the facts and issues of your case.

By sitting down with an independent party to discuss major issues surrounding your case, you can help foster an environment of cooperation and productivity. Despite this process, you will need a lawyer who will stand up and protect your rights during divorce mediation. A family mediation is helpful when you and your spouse can agree upon issues concerning:

  • Child custody and visitation
  • Child support and alimony
  • Property division

If you can resolve major questions during mediation, you can save yourself time and money litigating these issues. We will mediate with or without the involvement of other lawyers but, mediation works best when you have your own lawyer. Mary Ann Beaty can also serve as an independent mediator during divorce mediation.

To learn more about divorce mediation, contact the Law Offices of Mary Ann Beaty, P.C. today. We guide people through the mediation process in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex and throughout North Texas.

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