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Family Law Mediation

Full Mediation Services To Help Resolve Disputes

Mediation offers an effective alternative to resolve legal disputes outside of the courtroom, saving parties considerable time and money.  Mediation also allows parties to regain control of the outcome of their case rather than relying on a Judge or Magistrate to make a decision for them, often based on limited information about the parties and/or children involved.

Our Partner, Andrew Fitzgerald, offers domestic relations and family law mediation services.  With more than 20 years of experience in Juvenile and Family Law, including over twelve years as a judicial officer in Colorado, Andrew is able to bring his extensive experience both litigating and making judicial decisions in domestic relations cases.  We can provide his unique understanding of what the court may be looking for to help identify a settlement that will work for the parties.  Knowing how the court may respond to specific arguments or facts allows the parties to make an educated decision on what would be in their best interests and how they should best proceed.  He is able to advise parties regarding the legal process and the uncertainty that is inherent in the traditional court process.

Mediation is a safe and confidential procedure that utilizes a neutral third party to work through contested issues by helping guide parties through the complicated and sometimes overwhelming issues that need to be decided and work into potential resolutions.  If parties are willing to work together, mediation can offer the ability for parties to begin to move forward without the added trauma, anger, and resentment that contested court process can bring.

What To Expect

  • Grob & Eirich, LLC offers half, full, or multi -day mediation sessions, with options for in person or virtual mediation.
  • A good mediator will take the time to listen to both parties and engage in conversations to better understand better understand each parties’ perspective, and why specific issues are critical to resolution.
  • The process is confidential. This allows parties to openly express their perspective to reach the best possible outcome, which may not happen if the parties have to resort to a traditional adversarial court process.
  • Once an agreement is reached, your mediator will draft a memorandum of understanding, a written agreement to be signed by all parties. Parties can walk away from mediation with a written and signed agreement so they are clear on the expectations for all parties moving forward. The agreement would then be filed with the court for approval by the Judge or Magistrate.

We are passionate about helping others settle disputes in the most efficient, least detrimental manner possible, and dedicated to providing thoughtful and professional mediation services.

To Learn More About Our Mediation Services Or To Schedule Mediation, Contact Our Firm Today