Resolve Your Legal Dispute With Our Mediators
The attorneys of St. Onge & Brouillard are experienced with family mediation. Mediation provides a safe, impartial environment, promoting an open dialogue with a focus on resolution, where you can work to obtain an agreement that is truly your own. Our mediators explain the legal process and navigate you through the complex court system. Parties often are best served by the mediation service as they are actively engaged throughout and have control over the final decision-making process.
Mediation is voluntary and nonbinding until the court accepts and orders the negotiated final agreement drafted by the mediator and signed by the parties. A mediator works to facilitate the resolution of the dispute, helping the parties to understand the law and clarifying their positions. The mediator does not impose a decision; he or she will help the parties reach a consensus. These agreements often work better for the parties, as they play a significant role in their creations and understand what they entail since they were deeply engaged in their creation.
Our Experienced Mediation Services
Our firm operates as a mediation team having acquired experience from representing clients as a guardian ad litem, acting as a special master, former employment as a family relations counselor and representing clients in contentious litigation. Our mediation services include:
- Divorce (dissolution of marriage) services
- Child custody issues
- Post-judgment matters
- Intervening/third-party custodial matters (grandparents)
- Adoption/temporary guardianship
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Cohabitation agreements
When you are trying to settle your family law matters amicably, the mediator you choose has a considerable impact on the outcome of the mediation. Our team has more than 125 years of combined legal and mediation experience with these issues, and we are ready to put our experience to work for you.
Have Our Attorneys In Your Corner
Let the mediation team at St. Onge & Brouillard provide an outside perspective and problem-solving solutions that will work for all parties involved. Call our Woodstock office at 860-821-4812 or email us to schedule your initial consultation. The sooner you reach out to us, the sooner we can help you settle things, so act today.