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Mediation

Wellesley Mediation Lawyer

Cost-Effective Solutions for Family Law Disputes

For many couples, they prefer not to prolong a dispute or go to battle with a spouse during a divorce or another family matter. It simply does not make sense financially and emotionally. Why put yourself and your children through the stress when there are other options?

Mediation is a popular technique and a common form of alternative dispute resolution that has spared many families from unnecessary time and cost. Learn whether mediation is right for you when you contact our Wellesley mediation attorneys at Tomasino Legal Group.

How Does Mediation Work?

Mediation is led by a trained mediator who assists both parties in working together to reach an agreement about important matters in a divorce, such as property division, child custody, visitation, alimony, and more. This technique is widely used because it empowers the couples to make decisions that are right for their family, rather than leaving it up to a judge who is unfamiliar with your family's unique situation.

Couples often turn to mediation when they want to:

  • Save time
  • Reduce cost
  • Minimize hostility
  • Preserve relationships

Alisha Tomasino - Certified Mediator

Attorney Alisha Tomasino at our firm is a trained and certified mediator. She is adept at mediating even the most complex divorce, property division, and child custody disputes. Attorneys and individuals looking for a skilled mediator can turn to her for trusted guidance and assistance.

Is Mediation Right for You? Call (781) 713-3110.

The reality is that not every couple can benefit from mediation. In cases where there is a lack of disclosure, abuse, or excessive hostility, mediation may not be the best route to take. We can explore whether mediation is a good option for you and other alternatives that may be more appropriate for your situation.

Give us a call at (781) 713-3110 to discuss mediation for your divorce or family issue.

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