Most people consider getting divorced for up to a year before taking the next step and meet with a divorce lawyer. Leaving a marriage is one of the most difficult decisions a person can make, and meeting with a divorce lawyer adds a level of reality that their marriage is failing, which many people would rather continue to ignore.
As an experienced and trustworthy divorce lawyer William D Evans has earned many accolades which include the Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rating awarded to only the top very few of the attorneys in the United States. His wealth of experience in family law matters provides the ability and leverage to obtain positive legal results for his clients through mediation and settlement to avoid protracted court battles, if possible. However, he is also a very experienced trial attorney and not hesitant to fully litigate your case in the event the other side is intractable or judicial resolution is otherwise required.
The dissolution of marriage process usually follows one of three possible courses of action: Traditional Litigation, Collaboration and Divorce Mediation. In this blog we’ll talk about divorce mediation Los Angeles.
Divorce mediation is a voluntary process through which you make decisions together with your spouse based on an understanding of your mutual views and the reality the two of you face. A mediator facilitates your discussions, but does not give advice or make decisions. The divorce mediator may, however, make suggestions as to how the various disputed issues can be resolved and what the process would be if the matter were litigated. The parties meet with the divorce mediator to identify issues, complete exchanges of information, and use non-adversarial problem-solving techniques to come to an agreement.
When you are intensely upset or angry, you might dig deep into your arsenal to dig out that “weapon of mass destruction” to make your point, be heard, or try to get your partner to understand how serious you are. This is frequently in the form of threatening divorce, otherwise known as the dreaded “D-word.”
William D. Evans offers a free 30-minute initial consultation. After a thorough analysis of your case, he will promptly discuss all of the legal options available to you. Please call William D. Evans at (562) 439-9001.