One of the most frequently-asked questions our firm receives from clients is whether mediation is the right solution for their legal matter. Mediation is an excellent tool that can be utilized in a variety of cases, particularly during the global COVID-19 pandemic we’re facing. Due to court closures, limited court staffing, and social distancing measures, courts are experiencing a backlog of cases that were delayed as well as now ongoing, new divorce and family law filings which will also face significant delays in processing as a result. Mediation has the potential to avoid the delay and backlog and help expedite your divorce or family law matter to a resolution and allow you to start your “new” life.
Choosing to participate in mediation requires some consideration and analysis that our attorneys at Owens & Perkins can help you work through and make. Knowing which cases are more likely to be resolved via mediation and knowing what to expect from mediation, will help you know whether it’s right for you.
Our June blog series will provide some basic information on mediation, how it works, and how it may be beneficial to your legal matter.
THIS MONTH OUR TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
- Types of Cases Resolved Through Mediation
- The Role of a Mediator
- What to Expect in Mediation – The Stages of Mediation
- Will I be Required to Go to Mediation?
Follow our weekly blog series every Friday on social media to learn more.
If you find yourself, a friend or a loved one in need of legal advice, please contact the attorneys at OWENS & PERKINS by clicking here or by calling our office at 480.994.8824 to schedule your FREE 30 minute consultation. We remain fully operational while practicing appropriate social distancing and cleaning regimes.
Owens & Perkins has proudly been serving the Valley of the Sun since 1967 and we would be honored to put our experience to work for you.
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