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Conscious Uncoupling Through Divorce Mediation In Everett And Snohomish County

Recent buzz surrounding Hollywood couples that have chosen a cooperative and harmonious means to dissolve a marriage makes “conscious uncoupling” seem like a brand new concept. In reality, this approach to divorce proceedings has been around for a long time. It is called divorce mediation.

At Akiona Law, PLLC, we help foster positive, cooperative relationships when dealing with what can easily be emotionally debilitating issues for our clients. While we have vast experience as trial attorneys, we know that our clients are well advised to pursue the resolution of every divorce issue (from child custody to high-asset divorces) with an understanding of the opposing party’s goals, obligations and long-term security, often outside of court.

If you are considering your options in divorce, discuss those options with a team of lawyers who will listen to you personally and tailor representation to your specific needs. Arrange an initial consultation at our office in Everett, Washington. We also serve people in Seattle and King County. Contact us online or by telephone at 425-740-2209.

Is Conscious Uncoupling (Divorce Mediation) A Legitimate Option For My Divorce?

Not every couple will be able to use alternative dispute resolution to finalize their divorce agreements, but far too few even consider the option. If you take a moment to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of litigation versus mediation, you will likely be drawn to the cost-effectiveness, efficiency and less stressful nature of divorce mediation.

You may be able to pursue this for your divorce if you and your spouse:

  • Have a relatively amicable relationship. You understand that each individual needs to move forward financially stable while preserving important relationships (like that with his or her child) to the fullest extent possible.
  • Are both willing to explore mediation as an option. You cannot force another party into mediation. Both individuals must be willing to participate and focus on productive negotiations as opposed to contentious arguments.

If you have questions, we are available to answer them. Our team will exhaust every effort to help you find the most effective way through this difficult time in your life.

Contact Our Everett Attorneys To Learn More About Divorce Mediation

To learn more about alternatives to traditional divorce litigation, contact us online or call 425-740-2209 to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation.