Mediation is a way of avoiding the time and expense involved in long-lasting court proceedings. Skilled attorneys can help the parties involved to communicate clearly, negotiate fairly, and offer the opportunity to reach agreements that benefit both parties.
So when should mediation be considered?
There are a range of circumstances that can often be open for mediation possibilities. One such family situation is divorce or separation, including the division of assets, alimony, child custody and support, and visitation rights. Others can range from contested wills and the setting up of powers of attorney to dealing with possible breaches of business contracts.
Granholm & Gynac LLC, based in Joliet, Illinois, offer such services, based on their wide mediation experience.