The Mediation Process: What To Know
Although every divorce is unique, the basic proceedings of mediation remain similar for every couple:
- You and your attorney will sit down with your former spouse, their attorney and a neutral mediator.
- The mediator will help you communicate with your ex to express your needs and desires.
- You will work with your mediator and attorney to negotiate solutions to divorce, property arrangement, parenting schedules and other issues.
- Once you and your former spouse are satisfied with the resolutions, your attorneys will help you finalize the divorce arrangement with the court.
Mediation sessions allow for extensive flexibility. You may take as much or as little time as you need to negotiate matters with your spouse until you reach the solutions that satisfy you both.
Ask A Mediator About The Mediation Process
This is a brief overview of what you should know about divorce mediation in Louisiana. You can go into more detail about your circumstances when you consult Law Office of Virginia Erwin Sirera, LLC. If you are interested in mediating your case, call 985-276-9943 or send an email today.