Many couples decide to settle their divorces outside of court. This is a very viable option if both of the spouses can agree on enough of the issues. People who decide to settle their divorces outside of court may choose to do so either through the process of mediation or through arbitration.
If you are considering a divorce, you need a committed team of attorneys to help you through the process and to help you make important, legally binding decisions. Even if you choose not to go to court, a qualified divorce attorney can help you draw up important documents and ensure that they are fair. To learn more about your legal options, contact a Wake County divorce mediation lawyer from Marshall & Taylor PLLC by calling 919-833-1040.
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Many people choose to proceed with their divorces without litigating (determining the settlement through a divorce hearing). If you are considering settling your pending divorce outside of the court system, our Wake County divorce attorneys can help you learn more about:
- Divorce Mediation
- Divorce Arbitration
- Divorce Litigation
Although the processes are similar, they do each have important differences of which you should be aware. Mediation is a confidential and informal meeting with a neutral third party, called a mediator, who cannot make final decisions or provide legal advice.
On the other hand, arbitration is a similar process in which an arbitrator can help make and legally-binding decisions. Our Wake County mediation attorneys can further explain the differences and the benefits and drawbacks of each process, and can evaluate your situation and help you determine which of these options might work for your divorce proceedings.
To learn more about divorce mediation or arbitration, contact the Wake County arbitration lawyers from Marshall & Taylor PLLC at 919-833-1040.