Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a process that helps people resolve disputes without going to court. For family law, ADR includes collaborative divorce and divorce mediation in Skokie Illinois. At RMG Family Law, I help my clients find the best solutions, creative and tailor-made for their particular circumstances. Contact me at 847-868-953 for a consultation.
ADR can help you resolve your case faster and more efficiently than traditional litigation. It can also be less expensive and less time consuming than regular court proceedings. Divorce is a stressful and emotional process for everyone involved. However, choosing alternative dispute resolution can alleviate some of that stress by helping you reach an agreement that is in the best interest of everyone and that moves your family forward.
If you’d like to have a more cost effective divorce, ADR may be right for you
ADR can be a more cost effective way to divorce. Typically, during traditional divorce, a lot of money is spent arguing over how parenting time is divided and over who gets property. In the end, couples end up spending more money deciding who gets a lamp, than the lamp is actually worth.
With collaboration or mediation, the attorneys or mediator will help you and your former partner set goals. Those goals are usually focused on what you want your future to look like. Then, you and your partner work together to make decisions about how those goals will be realized. A future focused approach can help you focus on what is most important, so you do not waste time over things that are, ultimately, inconsequential. If you are interested in collaboration or divorce mediation in Skokie Illinois, Rita Ghose is here to help.
You want to consider ADR if decision making is important to you
Whether you choose collaboration or mediation, both processes empower you and your partner to make decisions about your divorce. Through a series of meetings, you will sit down with your attorneys or mediator to discuss all the essential issues in divorce.
The professionals are there to guide you through the process, but in the end, you and your partner decide what is going to work best for all parties involved. If you use a more traditional divorce process, you may be leaving the decision making up to the attorneys or a judge, if the case is litigated.
Attorneys that you have just hired and a judge that is randomly assigned to your case do not know the unique makeup of your family. That is why many people do not want to leave decision making up to them. If you want to be empowered to make informed decisions about your family, then ADR may be the best option for you. Contact Rita Ghose today for a consultation about collaboration and divorce mediation in Skokie Illinois.
RMG Family Law is here to help you with collaboration and divorce mediation in Skokie Illinois
Choosing an alternative dispute resolution program can help you avoid costly litigation and will empower you to make your own decisions regarding your divorce. RMG Family Law has vast experience with collaboration and divorce mediation in Skokie Illinois and can guide you through the process that is right for you.
Even for ADR, you need a qualified lawyer or mediator to help you. Rita Ghose is a certified mediator and collaborative divorce attorney and has helped numerous clients divorce in an amicable manner. Request a consultation today so you can focus on the issues that are most important to you and then achieve the goals related to those issues during your time of transition