Our Peoria County family mediation attorneys have extensive experience in divorce, child support, and child custody mediation. We help you reach an equitable marital settlement agreement to minimize the stress on your family and pride ourselves on our client communication, excellent customer service and affordable rates.
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Peoria County family law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses family mediation and how it is can be voluntary and involuntary in Peoria County furthermore discussing the fees that can be associated with a mediator
This article discusses the process of divorce mediation, with an emphasis on how important resolving disputes can be for both parties. Through mediation, both sides can reach an amicable solution with the need of expensive court fees. Our Peoria County attorneys explain how this can be done with the assistance of a professional mediator.
In this video, Peoria County divorce mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains dissipation and contribution in Peoria County divorce cases.
In this article, our Peoria County family mediation attorneys explain the difference between contributions and dissipation when it comes to marital estates. We discuss what assets are typically considered marital and non-marital assets in the eyes of the courts and how the courts differentiate them.
Peoria County mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the differences between collaborative divorce, cooperative divorce, and family mediation.
Similar to divorce mediation, Cooperative and Collaborative divorce all parties to potentially resolve dispute that arise in a divorce outside of court. This allows both parties to save time and money on attorneys fees along with the stress. In both of these types of divorce, the parties attempt to reach a settlement without a mediator. In this article, our Peoria County family mediation attorneys discuss in detail both of these types of divorces.