Mediation is often a good place to begin making legal agreements in family law matters. Tusa Law offers clients rare insight and both personal and professional experience, making the fullest possible use of the divorce mediation process to arrive at a settlement.
Mediation is typically much less adversarial than the traditional divorce process, and can comprehensively address issues, which may include division of assets and liabilities, spousal support, child support, child custody, and parenting time.
The distress surrounding a divorce is profoundly amplified when minor children are involved. If you have children, mediation gives you greater control in decision making because you are directly involved in preparing for, and participating in, mediation sessions. In cases involving high net worth or family business interests, mediation provides an element of privacy that benefits all parties. Regardless of your circumstances, mediation offers ongoing opportunities to thoughtfully create legally binding solutions, to maintain your privacy, and to help shape the record according to your preferences and needs.
Ms. Tusa is a certified mediator herself. She is often asked to assist couples before they file for divorce, to attempt an amicable resolution of their case. When this happens, Ms. Tusa may involve additional financial, psychological and other experts to advance a family’s interests. Ms. Tusa acts as a neutral party with extensive knowledge of divorce law and the means for reaching mutually beneficial agreements that are quickly and easily memorialized by a binding court judgment.
When assisting couples with early intervention mediation, Ms. Tusa believes it is best for each spouse to have an independent attorney to help them navigate the process of gathering and analyzing information, and to assist in finalizing legal documents once a settlement is reached.
Tusa Law provides you the highest caliber advice and support when you are considering mediation to resolve your family law matter. Ms. Tusa’s personal experience as a mother and a wife who has experienced a successful divorce allows her invaluable insight — and unyielding resolve — when standing up for your best interests and the best interests of your family.
For more information, please contact Tusa Law.