Raleigh Mediation Arbitration

Raleigh Mediation & Arbitration Lawyers

For some couples, the idea of drawn-out divorce proceedings or a courtroom divorce is overwhelming and unnecessary. For these families, arbitration may be an ideal alternative. During the arbitration process, an unbiased mediator will help the couple work through their separation and get to a resolution.

If you and your spouse are considering divorce, but feel that matters can be simplified greatly, arbitration or medication may be right for you. Contact the Raleigh arbitration and mediation lawyers of the Marshall and Taylor Law Office at 919-833-1040 to find out more information about this process and the way it can benefit your family.

How Arbitration Can Help

During arbitration, each spouse is offered an opportunity to present their arguments and opinions with the help of an attorney should they choose to use one. After the presentations, the arbitrator will make awards to one or both sides. The arbitration process can be broken down into several types and options according to the needs of the couple:

The process is both time and cost efficient compared to a traditional divorce and may be desirable for a couple that would like to move through their separation quickly and painlessly. An arbitration or mediation can be tailored to the specific demands of your divorce, so finding a legal professional that you trust to represent your needs is important.

Contact Us

Arbitration and mediation may be the right choice for you and your spouse. To find out more information about these options, contact a Raleigh arbitration and mediation lawyer from the Marshall & Taylor Law Office at 919-833-1040.

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