What are the benefits of mediation?

Video Transcription: Ninety percent of cases are actually resolved in mediation. You and I will meet in one room and most of the time, the other attorney and their client will meet in a separate room and the mediator will then go back and forth between both rooms to try and come up with an agreement. Most of the time, one spouse starts with this type of idea where they think they want to be and so does the other spouse. So through the mediation process, we compromise to the point where we can both live with something that we…

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What to Expect from Divorce Mediation

Although uncontested divorces do happen, they are few and far between. Most divorces are contested, meaning that one or both of the spouses disagree on at least one issue. There are many facts to consider during a divorce, including division of property, child custody, spousal and child maintenance, and plenty more. One highly effective way to arrive at a suitable compromise is to seek professional mediation. Hiring the right lawyers in Houston, Texas and using a good mediator is the best way to ensure that you will get ideal results when all is said and done and the divorce is…

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Divorce Mediation: Ramos Law Group, PLLC Debunks The Myths

Divorce Mediation: Ramos Law Group, PLLC Debunks the Myths

Divorce is an emotionally draining process. Much of this is by nature, as it's hard for people to avoid feeling pain while ending their marriage. Some emotional pain, however, can be avoided, and mediation is a good way to do this. There are many myths surrounding mediation, but the process benefits a variety of divorcing couples. Divorce lawyers in Houston are able to help with or conduct the mediation process. What is Mediation? Mediation is a non-adversarial way to settle issues in a divorce through compromise. During the mediation process, the spouses are separated and the mediator goes back and…

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What Happens After Divorce Mediation In Texas?

What Happens After Divorce Mediation In Texas?

In Texas, many cases are settled during mediation. A mediation agreement is a binding agreement signed by all parties and their attorneys that resolves all of the issues in case. Once an agreement is reached, the most difficult part of the case is over, but there are still several steps that need to be taken to finalize the agreement.

First, the mediator files the agreement with the court. In most cases, the agreement is filed within twenty-four hours. In many courts, especially in cases involving child custody, one party must “prove up” the mediated settlement agreement in front of the judge.

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