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Bolingbrook divorce mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains family mediation in Illinois.
In this article, our Bolingbrook mediation lawyers explain family mediation in DuPage County and Will County, Illinois. In a family mediation, the parties seek to resolve issues of divorce, child custody, and/or child support without the need for in-court litigation through a settlement agreement. In order to facilitate the settlement, the parties hire a neutral third party professional mediatior to assist the parties and their attorneys in reaching an agreement.
Bolingbrook divorce mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains marital settlement agreements.
In this article, our Bolingbrook mediation lawyers explain marital settlement agreements. Marital settlement agreements are the end-product of a successful divorce mediation. Marital settlement agreements resolve some or all of the issues surrounding a divorce, including asset and liability division, spousal maintenance, child support, and child custody. Courts have the right to modify the settlement agreement with respect to child-related issues in order to protect the best interests of the children involved.
Bolingbrook family mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains collaborative divorce and family mediation.
In this article, our Bolingbrook divorce mediation lawyers explain how collaborative divorce relates to divorce mediation. In a collaborative divorce or a cooperative divorce, the parties and their attorneys agree to attempt to reach a marital settlement agreement in good faith out of court. If the negotiations are not successful, the parties may bring in a neutral third party mediator to resolve some of the most difficult issues as an alternative to litigation.