Glendora Divorce Mediation Lawyer
An Alternative Dispute Resolution To Family Law Matters
For many clients, a collaborative divorce provides the best solution to an unfortunate situation, especially when children are involved. At the Law Office of Charles J. Morris, Jr., our Glendora divorce mediation attorney aggressively represents the interests of our clients, but he will not destroy a family in the process. Mediation is an ideal way to resolve legal conflicts without having to drag the entire family through the court system.
What Are the Benefits of Mediation?
In addition to mediation being a less invasive and less stressful process on the family unit, this method of dispute resolution affords each party more control over the outcome of their case.
Our philosophy is that the parties are almost always better off reaching a resolution themselves, rather than having a judge make important decisions for them. Typically, couples who are able to collaborate and reach a mutually agreed resolution find the process less stressful and are in a better situation to resolves issues that may arise further down the road.
During mediation, each spouse is represented by an attorney while a neutral, third-party mediator directs the process. Our family mediation attorney in Glendora is available to represent clients for a wide range of family law matters, including:
We have a reputation for being impartial and facilitating healthy communication between the parties to lead to a mutually successful resolution.
Why Choose Law Office of Charles J. Morris, Jr.?
We have excellent credentials. Certified in family law by the State Bar of California, Attorney Morris has over 25 years of experience representing clients and knows firsthand the value of resolving conflicts through a collaborative approach. Additionally, we have been recognized for our commitment to excellence and have maintained a 10.0 rating on AVVO.
Contact Us for a Consultation Today!
Get in touch today to discuss our options with an experienced family mediator in Glendora. We can help you determine whether mediation or another alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is right for you. We promise to provide you with experienced, dedicated, and knowledgeable legal advocacy and representation.
Contact us through our website or call (626) 587-2677 to learn more!