Our Saint Charles family mediation attorneys have extensive experience in child support, custody and divorce mediation. We will give you peace of mind and ensure a favorable outcome for your legal matter. Our Saint Charles divorce mediation lawyers pride themselves on our client communication, excellent customer service and affordable rates.
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Saint Charles divorce mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses family mediation.
In this article, our Saint Charles family mediation lawyers discuss the mediation process and how it can assist parties in resolving disputes without the stress or expense of court. Mediation is an affordable means of settling issues. An attorney may not be necessary during third-party mediation, though it is beneficial to have one present to represent your best interests and ensure that you understand your rights.
Saint Charles divorce mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains dissipation and contribution in Saint Charles divorces.
In this article, our Saint Charles family mediatiors discuss dissipation and contribution in Kane County divorce. Contribution occurs when a party to a divorce has used his or her personal assets to benefit the marital estate. The contributing party will typically seek reimbursement from the marital estate for the amount contributed. Dissipation occurs when a party improper uses marital assets for his or her own benefit. Dissipated assets should be repaid to the marital estate.
Saint Charles mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce.
In this article, our Saint Charles divorce mediation lawyers explain collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce. Collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce are both methods of resolving issues surrounding a divorce without the need for litigation. In both situations, the parties agree to freely exchange information and attempt in good faith to settle issues regarding child support, child custody, asset and liability division, and spousal maintenance. If the parties and their attorneys are unable to settle all issues out of court, they may bring in a family mediator to facilitate a resolution.