A Better Approach To Resolving Domestic Partnership Dissolutions
When a relationship ends, there is enough stress and complication. No one wants to increase the level of anxiety and stress with complex, protracted litigation.
There is a better way.
At The Webb Family Law Firm, P.C., we help clients find a simpler, more cost-effective approach to dissolution of domestic partnerships with mediation. We serve clients facing dissolution of same-sex domestic partnerships and other domestic partnerships throughout the Dallas, Texas, area.
How Mediation Works In Domestic Partnerships
When issues such as division of property, child support, child custody and visitation, alimony and spousal support arise, mediation provides a compelling alternative to litigation. In the event of a dissolution of a domestic partnership, mediation provides a number of benefits, including:
- Savings: Because mediation does not involve the extended court time and can minimize attorney fees, most people work through the issues of a dissolution with significant cost savings.
- Efficiency: Traditional divorce or dissolution litigation can take a long time, but when both partners agree to work through the litigation process, it can go smoothly and quickly to save time for everyone involved.
- Minimized stress: By avoiding the contentious courtroom battle, separating couples often find that mediation is a much less stressful process. The difficult determinations regarding child support, custody and financial arrangements can be made in a much more amicable setting, reducing stress for the couple and for any children involved.
- Greater control: Perhaps the most important benefit of mediation in domestic partnerships is the greater degree of control that separating couples have over the process and the outcome of the negotiations, which usually leads to a more favorable, personalized result for the couples involved.
Our lawyers can help you through the mediation process and help make sure you obtain the results you need.
Contact The Webb Family Law Firm, P.C.
Talk with a lawyer from our firm to discuss whether mediation is the right choice for you. Call 972-863-0279 (800-655-1222 toll free) or email us today to schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney.