A Divorce Attorney Experienced In Mediation

When it comes to your future after your divorce, you want to be in control. By taking your fight to court, a judge is going to have the final say. However, if you are willing to work with your spouse through divorce mediation, you can protect the things that matter to you most and tailor a plan to the needs of your family.

From law offices in Plano, divorce mediation lawyer Jane-Ashley McMillan has been helping men and women with a wide range of family law concerns for more than 30 years. She understands how the mediation process works. She can help you put it to use to achieve positive solutions. She represents her clients who go through divorce mediation.

Find A Family Law Dispute Resolution Technique That Works

Mediation is required by almost all Texas family law courts and most divorce cases end up being resolved through mediation. Clients and their individual attorneys work with a neutral mediator who will facilitate negotiations regarding the equitable division of property and assets, child custody and visitation, support and other issues.

Jane-Ashley has worked with many mediators in Dallas, Denton and Collin counties and she is familiar with their different mediation styles. Assigning the right mediator is very important to the success of any case, and she will help you find someone well-suited to your situation.

Preparing For Mediation

There is strategy involved in reaching an agreement through mediation. Preparation is essential to the process. The mediator will make an effort to address everyone's needs throughout the process.

Proper preparation takes time. You will need to develop an inventory of all assets and debts with supporting documents to justify each listing. Ms. McMillan will work with you to come up with a list of the things you value most. You can prepare by determining which aspects you are willing to compromise on when it comes to property and your children.

Contact A Texas Board-Certified Family Law Attorney

Mediation can help you protect the things that matter to you most and give you greater control over your future. Contact attorney Jane-Ashley McMillan today to learn if mediation is right for you.

Call 469-331-6033 for advice and guidance through divorce mediation.