Mediation

Common Need For Mediation In New Hampshire

Mediation can be an effective way to solve contentious issues in a divorce or parenting cases. Many individuals are in need of a third party to assist in mediating between themselves and an estranged party, with the goal of seeking a settlement. Attorneys skilled at handling mediation can be especially efficient in representing your best interests during these negotiations.

At SekellaLaw, PLLC, we understand the value of mediation and offer quality legal assistant that's focused on helping you obtain the results you need through less contentious means. With over 35 years' combined experience, our family law and divorce attorneys are dedicated to protecting your rights and preserving your future.

What Is Mediation?

Mediation is when a third party assists in mediating between two conflicted parties, typically two spouses or parents. This form of resolution is particularly beneficial as it excludes the use of judges, marital masters, referees, clerks and the courts. In other words, it is straightforward and often involves less expense and hassle than the time, effort and expense of litigation and court appearances.

Benefits to mediation include:

  • Lower fees and costs associated
  • The ability to conduct your affairs in privacy
  • The ability to play a direct part in the resolution of your case
  • The opportunity for dynamic dispute resolution that is centered on compromise

An experienced family law attorney at SekellaLaw, PLLC, can provide nuanced counsel and perspective that can greatly assist in resolving your legal dispute.

Legal Help Is Available

If you are in need of a skilled attorney to assist you throughout your mediation, SekellaLaw, PLLC, can provide you with the comprehensive legal support you need. Our team is not only knowledgeable, but also passionate about assisting clients through every step of their family law case or divorce in Manchester and beyond.

We would be happy to answer any questions you have regarding your specific situation or to provide you with additional information about how the mediation process works. Contact us online or call 603-505-4062 today for a preliminary case review.