Divorce Mediation

Mediation Lawyer in Georgetown, Texas

At the Law Office of Lori Watson, we offer mediation and collaborative divorce services. When you work with us to mediate your divorce, you are getting the benefit of a lawyer who is trained as a mediator and who is noted for her excellent communication abilities and skillful negotiation of settlements that fulfill the needs of her clients.

Email our family law office or call us at (512) 931-2121 to learn more about divorce mediation and determine whether it is appropriate for your situation.

Texas Mediation Lawyer to Assist You in Finding Solutions

Mediation is an informal process. It is one way to avoid the court system. In a mediated divorce, everyone sits down together in a private office and they negotiate various issues that need to be agreed upon: child support, child custody, spousal support and property and debt division.

Mediation brings the divorcing parties together with a mediator going back and forth between the two parties. Even if Ms. Watson's client is unwilling to deal directly with the other party, a settlement can still be negotiated.

A settlement agreement is drawn up at the time of a successful mediation and is signed on that same day. In addition to having more control over the process in a mediated settlement or in a collaborative divorce, your divorce can usually be finalized much faster, and more privately than the state court system.

Contact an Austin Divorce Attorney

We encourage you to call us today to schedule a confidential initial consultation to discuss how we may help you resolve your divorce through mediation or assist you with any other family law matter. Please call us at (512) 931-2121 or send our family law office an e-mail today.

Clients say : " I am the single mother of a 5 year old child. Our situation is somewhat complicated because my daughter’s father and I were never married and he lives out of state. My daughter has never lived with her father which has made it difficult for the two of them to form a strong parent/child relationship. I had an attorney, whom at the time was not practicing family law." read more >>