Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

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Divorce mediation can also cost much less than litigation in court. While mediation may reduce your need for legal representation, you should still consider discussing your situation with a family law attorney to ensure you understand your rights and the legal consequences of agreements made during mediation.

The divorce mediation process lets people make an agreement based on the best interests of their family, instead of turning the decision over to a third party, usually a judge. It is possible using mediation to reduce the fighting and stress between the parties and allowing them to reach compromise. It benefits children because they are not subjected to the trauma of seeing their parents fight with each other. Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR, includes family law areas like:

Myra Chack Fleischer

Myra Chack Fleischer, CLS-F*

Family Law Attorney

Myra is a family law attorney who is cross-trained as a mediator and who is familiar with the various ways mediation can affect your legal rights. Her more than 20 years in family law and many successful divorce cases have created a reputation of being the go-to attorney.  Myra’s background in accounting, family law, and specialization as a CLS-F* are a rare combination.

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