While a marriage ending can be an emotionally trying, life-changing time, a courtroom fight is not your only option. In fact, many Massachusetts couples who have made the decision to divorce often choose mediation as an option that provides them cost savings and control.
Finding Resolution Through Mediation And Conciliation
Jane M. Owens Triano is a court-ordered, certified mediator who handles all divorce mediations at our law firm. Both spouses who have decided to divorce, but have not filed retain her. She plays a neutral role in negotiating support, custody and asset division.
From initial discussions to proposed agreements to preparing and filing documents, she attends to every detail of the divorce. Once agreements are reached, Ms. Triano accompanies her clients to court to finalize the divorce.
Even if you have already filed for divorce, you have options outside of a trial. Michael Gerstein, Russell Channen, Lora McSherry and Ms. Triano are board certified as conciliators. They can work out issues through the conciliation process, even if litigation has already started.
The benefits to divorce mediation and conciliation are endless. In addition to saving the significant legal costs that come with a lengthy trial, issues between you and your spouse can be discussed in an open and cooperative environment. Oftentimes, this cost-effective and collaborative approach helps facilitate positive, post-divorce relationships.
Contact A Divorce And Child Custody Mediation Attorney Today
If you are thinking of filing for divorce or have already been served papers, contact our divorce lawyers at Phillips, Gerstein & Channen, LLP, at 978-374-1131. We can discuss your situation with you, prepare you for life after divorce, and begin the process of protecting the best interests of you and your children.