Bucks County Mediation Attorney
Family Law and Estate Mediation in Lehigh, Montgomery and Bucks County, Pennsylvania
When facing family law or estate matters that might be emotionally or financially turbulent, mediation can provide clients with a practical and sensible process for resolving these disconcerting matters. At Ashby Law Offices, LLC, our Bucks County Mediator and attorneys can provide the direction you need.
As a Certified Mediator, Attorney Wendy J. Ashby will provide neutral and productive guidance in cases ranging from straightforward dispute resolution to complex matters involving child custody, property division,high-asset divorce, custody, support, same-sex relationships, prenuptial negotiations, grandparent visitation, elder law and probate. Through our long history, we have built an impressive success rate in our mediations.
Please contact our firm to learn more about how we can help you. Based in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, we serve clients in Lehigh, Montgomery and Bucks County from our three office locations.
Benefits of Mediation
Mediation is advantageous for numerous reasons, some of which include:
- Lower Costs
- Private Setting
- Low Stress
- Lack of Confrontation
- Creative Solutions
How Does Mediation Work?
The mediator is a trained professional skilled in advanced dispute resolution. The mediator's goal is to meet with both parties in an informal setting to determine the issues and come to a joint resolution that will be fair and workable for both parties and their families. This is a voluntary process and completely confidential. You will be making your own decisions as to the outcome.
The Mediation Process
Both parties to the mediation meet with the mediator together to gather information, isolate the issues and understand the process ahead. The number of sessions will depend on the complexity of your issues. Once parties reach an agreement, a Memorandum of Law will be prepared documenting the terms of parties' agreement.
What Issues Can Be Mediated?
Family and estate issues we mediate include:
- Divorce / Separation
- Family Disputes
- Same-Sex Relationships
- Prenuptial Negotiations
- Living Arrangements
- Grandparent Visitation
- Will/Estate Disputes
- Elder Law
- Health Care and Financial Matters
- Guardianship and Power of Attorney Disputes
You may learn more about mediation by reading our Frequently Asked Questions About Mediation.
Contact Our Law Firm
Offices in Quakertown, Allentown and Doylestown
If you have further questions regarding mediation, contact Ashby Law Offices, LLC at 215-536-7606 or through our convenient online contact form. We offer a free phone consultation and we accept most major credit cards as payment for services.