Divorce Mediation Lawyers

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Not every divorce needs to be adversarial and filled with conflict. Mediation offers a cooperative and less confrontational approach where both parties work together, aided by a neutral mediator, to reach mutually agreeable solutions.

By choosing mediation, couples can often resolve their differences more amicably and efficiently, resulting in a smoother transition and minimizing emotional and financial strain.

Smith Legal Group believes divorce mediation can lead to quicker and more cost-effective outcomes compared to lengthy and expensive court battles. Therefore, we perform mediated divorces for a low flat fee, saving both parties time and money through a shared retainer payment.

Call (702) 410-5001 for a free consultation with to find out if divorce mediation is right for you. We can provide an honest evaluation of your situation, assess if mediation is appropriate, and explain the process.

What divorce issues can I mediate?

A mediated divorce empowers both parties to craft fair terms with the guidance of an experienced divorce mediator attorney, who serves as a neutral facilitator to resolve all divorce-related matters.

A divorce mediator can help you and your spouse agree on a wide range of issues, including:

How will I benefit from divorce mediation?

Divorce is tough, especially when there’s conflict with your ex. However, mediation offers numerous benefits for resolving divorce-related conflicts amicably, including:

  • Offers an informal alternative to courtroom litigation, which saves you time, energy, and money.
  • Provides non-confrontational and non-judgmental environments for discussing all legal aspects of your divorce without courtroom formalities.
  • Allows both parties to prioritize maintaining a harmonious relationship and fostering effective communication.
  • Ensures a sense of private and personal control over legal matters.
  • Facilitates faster, easier, and more private solutions to your divorce.
  • Empowers you to determine your own future.
  • Provides the support of a completely neutral party throughout the process.
  • Preserves the ability to communicate with your ex, which is especially helpful if you have children together.

What does a divorce mediator do?

The role of the divorce mediator is to facilitate a fair and mutually acceptable written agreement between both divorcing spouses.

Acting as a neutral third party, the mediator is responsible for resolving disputes on all issues and financial matters pertaining to the divorce.

While the mediator engages in negotiations, they do not dictate the final outcome of the divorce.

A skilled divorce mediator is professionally trained, stays neutral, grasps the issues, and can resolve complex financial matters.

In addition to these roles, our mediators, who are also divorce attorneys, can offer necessary legal guidance to both parties, ensuring they are aware of and understand their individual rights. In fact, our lawyers have helped hundreds of clients navigate mediated divorces, many times taking a highly litigious divorce case and turning it around through mediated settlement negotiations.

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Smith Legal Group can help you avoid a long, drawn-out, litigated divorce if you and your spouse agree to mediate instead.

Our mediators are licensed attorneys with decades of experience successfully serving as neutral mediators between both parties in a divorce. We will guide the parties in reaching a fair and equitable settlement, in accordance with Nevada law.

If you and your spouse are willing and able to compromise, divorce mediation may be the most suitable path forward. Your divorce will likely go much faster, with far less stress and money spent.

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