Grand Island, NY Divorce Mediation
When you are going through a divorce, the last thing you want is to have to go through a long, drawn out court battle. Divorce is difficult enough as it is without throwing legal complications into the mix. Here at Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo, we can help you and your former spouse to work through the details of your divorce to get it finalized much more quickly. In addition to our home base in Buffalo, we can also assist clients in Grand Island, NY and the surrounding areas.
Our divorce mediators are highly experienced in this area and will work with you to come to the most agreeable resolution possible. Our mediators do not take sides in this situation, instead working towards a solution that is as mutually beneficial as can be. Our primary goal is to get your divorce resolved with as little conflict and strife as possible. We recognize how contentious divorces can often become, and we will do everything in our power to prevent that from happening. We work to determine what is most important to each party so that we can address the most pressing concerns. After that, the rest of the details tend to fall into place much more easily.
Aside from being much faster and easier than taking your divorce to court, divorce mediation is also far less costly. Instead of paying high-priced attorneys by the hour throughout the entire process, we charge a flat rate for our services so that we can put as little strain on your finances during this trying time as possible.
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If you and your spouse are headed for divorce, there is no need to make it any more difficult than it needs to be. Our divorce mediators can help you get through it so that you can both get back to living your lives and moving on. We would love to tell you more about what we do and how we can help you and your spouse resolve your differences amicably, so get in touch with us today to learn more.
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Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo LLC. Is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice or counsel. Each party has been encouraged to be fully advised by their respective counsel regarding the legal, financial, and practical effect of any agreement entered into.