A more discrete, personable, and collaborative process, mediation is great for couples separating on amicable terms.
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If you’re looking to handle disputes outside of the courtroom, you have options. At Strentz Greene & Coleman, we offer a number of alternative dispute resolution routes that you and your ex-spouse can take including mediation, property settlement agreements, Judicial Settlement Conferences, and more.
No matter how amicable you and your ex-spouse’s separation was, it’s always a good idea to hire an attorney when dealing with alternative dispute resolutions. An attorney will be able to offer a third-party perspective as well as extensive knowledge on everything you’ll need to do to receive your desired outcome.
In Virginia, there are many kinds of ways to resolve alternative disputes. At Strentz Greene & Coleman, our team of attorneys are ready to take on your dispute with the knowledge and experience that comes with a combined 70+ years in the field.
Different kinds of dispute resolutions, include:
When trying to solve a dispute with your partner, it might be beneficial for both parties to have an attorney present. At Strentz Greene & Coleman, we’re here to help you by providing legal experience, representation, professionalism, preparation, facilitation, and the ability to enforce any agreements made by you and your ex-partner.
Virginia law is very specific so it’s important to have a legal team that understands the nuances surrounding alternative dispute resolution.
Whether you’re trying to resolve child custody or visitation disputes with your ex-spouse or you’re looking into separation or divorce, alternative dispute resolution is a great way to discuss your future with your ex. Contact Strentz Greene & Coleman today to explore your options for alternative dispute resolution. Our experienced attorneys can guide you through mediation, property settlement agreements, and judicial settlement conferences, saving you time, money, and unnecessary stress.
Our legal team can provide the third-party perspective and legal support you need to reach a fair and amicable resolution with your ex-spouse. Take the first step towards resolving your dispute by contacting us today by calling (540) 479-1511 or scheduling a consultation through our website.