Why divorce Mediation?
People whom have undergone dispute resolution through mediation have found it a much better resolution process than others they've used, particularly divorce trials. Some of the customary reasons heard are provided below.
Divorce with dignity
Divorce mediation provides a means by which spouses can end their marital relationship through a dignified manner, and without ripping one another part during negotiations.
Less costly than litigation
Divorce mediation provides a means by which the process is much less costly than a trial or the ongoing litigation that sends costs spinning out of control.
Spouses divide property
Divorce mediation provides an opportunity for spouses to divide their properties as they see fit, rather than be at the mercy of a Court to make those decisions.
Equality in decisions
During Divorce Mediation, your Mediator will help ensure equality in voicing your opinion for the final agreement, as well as equality in the decisions that are reached.
Divorce Mediation is behind closed doors, rather than in open Courtrooms. Your Lawyer Mediator will also help you ensure that the records from your divorce are properly sealed.
Own your destinies
Divorce Mediation helps provide the means by which each spouse equally contributes to the final decisions and owns their own destiny for their future.
Your lawyer mediator drafts family law documents you can rely upon
Because Kathleen Reiley has many, many years of experience as a Family Law and Divorce Attorney drafting final agreements that are then approved by the Court and entered as a Court Order, you can rest reassured that your final draft documents will follow all aspects of Wisconsin laws and contain only those agreements and exactly those agreements made by the two of you
Ready to get started?
If you ready to take that first step towards Mediation, you can make an online request for an initial consultation with you, your spouse and Kathleen Reiley. If you still have reservations, please feel free to call Reiley Mediation Services at (414) 369-6309 or send her an e-mail.