Denton County Mediation Attorney

Family law disputes can be emotionally draining for everyone involved. Divorce, for example, is one of life’s most difficult transitions. It can require spouses to come to some settlement regarding how to divide property, finances, and even custody of their children. This type of familial restructuring is never easy, and it’s not just you that you have to worry about. It’s your children, spouse, and even your other family members. How often will the kids see their grandparents, uncles, cousins, and siblings? How close will you and your former spouse live near your children’s school?

The difficult decisions that you must make when ending a marriage make the process extremely complicated. Fortunately, there are critical steps you can take to make the process easier. One of the most beneficial alternative dispute resolution methods that you can attempt to amicably end a marriage is divorce mediation. Mediation provides divorcing spouses with a way to end their relationship in a peaceful, communicative manner, rather than publicly litigating disputes in court. Mediation not only has the potential to make divorce easier for you, but it can also reduce the emotional impact of separation on children. 

Contact our office to discuss your separation options with our mediation lawyer in Denton County. 

Divorce Mediation in Denton, Flower Mound, McKinney, Frisco, and Collin County

Mediation offers people a way to work through their divorce peacefully and respectfully. It gives couples control over how their divorce will play out without having to go through court proceedings, which can be expensive, stressful, and time consuming. Furthermore, a court will not always come to a resolution that truly benefits you, your spouse, or your children. Instead, it’ll make a determination based on a strict application of the law to your unique situation. With mediation, you and your former partner can work together to craft legal solutions that make sense for both parties. Even if mediation doesn’t resolve all outstanding disputes, it can give you fewer things to litigate in trial. 

Other attorneys may not bring up mediation as a viable option, but it’s important to know that they may not have your best interests at heart. Attorneys frequently benefit from a case going to court, because it extends a case—meaning they can charge their client more. However, at the Law Office of Lindsey J. Wilson, we do things differently. We truly want what’s best for our clients. We won’t pressure them into litigation if mediation seems like a more productive way to settle any initial separation disputes. In fact, we settle many of our cases before they ever reach the courtroom. 

    "She has the experience, the knowledge, and the understanding to help you with any of your divorce or family law needs."

    - Chancy P.

    "I would highly recommend her to anyone!"

    - Amber P.

    "I trust Lindsey Wilson."

    - Daniel M.

    "She will listen to you with understanding and empathy while fighting for you... Lindsey is the attorney for you."

    - Alison H.

Helping North Texans with Mediation

Because it’s usually a timelier and more cost-effective method for ending a marriage, mediation is an increasingly popular way for spouses to resolve their separation disputes. Our attorney is thoroughly experienced in divorce mediation and can give you advice tailored to your specific situation. Whether we serve as your divorce mediator or simply represent you in mediation meetings, we will help foster an environment of respect, communication, and transparency. This will lay the groundwork for reaching a resolution that best serves you and your family. 

Call (469) 283-5580 or message us online to discuss your familial dispute with the Law Office of Lindsey J. Wilson.

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