We are here to put you in control.
Often, no one is better at resolving the family law conflicts you may become embroiled in than yourself, and what you need most is a professional to oversee the procedure and help you negotiate a mutually acceptable agreement. Morse Law Group believes strongly in the collaborative method of conflict resolution to help mediation clients formalize a divorce. The truth is that most family law conflicts including custody issues, guardianships, and even complicated financial property issues can be resolved through mediation.
Sometimes sitting down at a table together to negotiate a solution makes the most sense. Our founding attorney at Morse Law Group, Judith A. Morse, has helped clients throughout her career facilitate agreements utilizing her mediation and collaboration training as well as her experience as a settlement judge for Maricopa County.
Making mediation work for you.
Like collaborative divorce, mediation is an alternative dispute resolution format that avoids adversarial litigation, and more often than not leads to a more positive outcome for everyone affected by the family law conflict. Our office has seen many cases in family law, and we know from experience that couples who are able to work together to settle a divorce or conflict, despite how difficult that may be, usually find the results better in almost every respect. Like any divorce, mediation still requires you to address issues such as property division, spousal maintenance, child support and custody, but instead of having the state or a judge make the decisions, you are in charge.
Mediating your family law dispute has numerous advantages
You control the outcome
LEAVES YOU BETTER ABLE TO MAINTAIN RELATIONSHIPS
You don’t turn over decision-making to a judge
tends to be faster
Can be much simpler
A phoenix law firm Focused on Solutions
Our firm has extensive trial and courtroom experience. When you need to resolve a conflict in front of a judge, our attorney can put three decades of litigation experience to work for you. We also have the experience to know that when you can negotiate solutions, you often have a far better outcome.
Contact our office to find out if we can put the benefits of mediation to work for you.