How Divorce Mediation Works at the Long Island, NY Law Firm of Robert E. Hornberger, P.C.
For many Long Island couples, divorce mediation offers a better way to end your marriage by minimizing the emotional and financial strain that often accompany other methods of divorce. Our divorce mediators’ goals are to make ending your marriage simple and enable you to complete the process quickly, easily, inexpensively and with the least stress . Really, it is a two-step process.
Step 1. Free Initial Consultation
You and your spouse come to our offices to meet with an experienced and compassionate Divorce Attorney who is specially trained in Divorce Mediation on Long Island for approximately one hour. Your divorce mediator will discuss New York State Divorce Law all your separation and divorce options, pros and cons, costs, etc. He or she will review litigation, mediation, collaboration and other dispute resolution methods so that you and your spouse can make an informed decision about how you wish to proceed. There is no cost for this consultation. We want you to know your options and make the choice that’s right for your unique situation and relationship.
Should you and your spouse decide that divorce mediation is the best option for your family, your divorce mediator will explain what you can expect during the mediation process and answer any of your questions. During a relaxed, yet professional meeting, we will uncover the issues that must be resolved, and, in some cases, help you resolve several of those during the initial free consultation.
The goal of our initial consultation is to ensure you understand the issues involved in your divorce or separation and help explain how the mediation process will work. We are also looking to understand each of your views and positions on the various issues.
At the end of the meeting you will have a guide that outlines the issues you and your spouse will need to resolve, with the assistance of your divorce mediator, to arrive at a complete resolution of your divorce or separation.
Step 2. Divorce Mediation Sessions
When you retain a divorce mediator from Robert E. Hornberger, PC, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, your mediator will lead you through a series of two-hour mediation sessions. The number of these sessions varies with the complexity of the issues involved in their particular cases and the couple’s ability to communicate and work out their differences, but most couples require just two or three sessions. The sessions are spaced as close or far apart as you desire.
While just one divorce mediator is usually necessary in mediation, you and your spouse are free to retain another attorney to independently advise you through the mediation process or to review the final agreement.
Because there are usually fewer attorneys involved, fewer time-consuming visits to the county courthouses, and more open and honest communication, the cost of mediation is usually a small fraction of the cost of any other form of dispute resolution, especially litigation. Our Long Island divorce attorneys provide mediation services for a fixed fee. We charge one fixed fee for a defined number of mediation sessions.
Divorce is a Restructuring of the Family
If you have children, your divorce or separation will affect them for the rest of their lives. You owe it to your children to seek a cost effective and less adversarial resolution to you case.
The Long Island, NY divorce lawyers at Robert E. Hornberger, P.C. regularly and successfully mediate divorces for families like you from our offices in Melville, NY. We are happy to meet with you to discuss how we can help you.
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Schedule your complimentary consultation and case evaluation with our experienced attorneys today. When you call, you’ll speak to our friendly Client Services Director, who will be able to answer your general questions and set up your appointment with an attorney who specializes in your unique case.
At your meeting, your attorney will evaluate your case and describe the many options available to you so we can determine together which is the right solution for you. By the end of this meeting we’ll all understand how we can best help you to move forward.
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There is no cost or obligation for this initial consultation. It is simply an opportunity for us to get to know each other, evaluate your case and answer your questions.
SCHEDULE YOUR FREE CONSULTATION TODAY
Call 631-237-3409 or fill in the form below
Schedule your complimentary consultation and case evaluation with our experienced attorneys today. When you call, you'll speak to our friendly Client Services Director, who will be able to answer your general questions and set up your appointment with an attorney who specializes in your unique case.
At your meeting, your attorney will describe the many options available and determine together which is the right solution for you. By the end of this meeting we’ll all understand how we can best help you to move forward.
No Cost or Obligation
There is no cost or obligation for this initial consultation. It is simply an opportunity for us to get to know each other, answer your questions and learn if Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., P.C. is right the right law firm for you.