Many people in Golden may not realize that they do not need to go to court in order to get their situation resolved. In many cases, it may make sense to work with a divorce mediator, who can assist divorcing couples in a collaborative way so that they are able to resolve their family matters without having to rely on the Colorado court system.
I'm Patricia J. Donahue, and at my office, PJD Mediation, I am eager to help people find a fair, quick resolution to their family law issues. I mediate hundreds of family law cases every year in the Denver metro area, so you can rely on my experience to help guide you through this difficult time. In addition, because I am an attorney as well as a mediator, I have extensive familiarity with the law and how it applies to your case.
Because no two divorces are alike, there may be unique situations that come up in your particular case. Issues such as maintenance (alimony), property division or child support may play a role in your case, and going through custody mediation might be appropriate as well. As an experienced family lawyer and mediator, I am prepared to handle these situations with you as they arise.
People going through a divorce may be worried about an endless legal battle that will prove to be prohibitively expensive. In general, because it is a relatively quick and direct process, mediation often proves to be a less expensive method of working through a divorce.
I'd like to tell you more about how the process works. Give me a call today at 303-919-3553, or fill out my online form to receive more information.
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