Protecting Relationships

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Is Mediation Right For Me?

When both parties can agree on the terms of a divorce, child custody, child support or any other court dispute, it speeds up the process and gives the parties power over the outcome of their case. It can also be very cost-effective. Mediation is an effort to see if a resolution is possible; and while many other courts require mediation, the court cannot require you to settle. Further, you can reach a full settlement, partial settlement or no settlement.

With Three Different Mediation Certifications, We Provide Solutions

Erin Fowler Law has extensive experience in guiding our clients through this process and strives to ensure your voice is heard and you receive a fair and favorable resolution to your litigation. While we are not afraid to back down from a challenge, mediation is a useful tool. You can think of it as a negotiation. Both parties state their wants and needs, and then try to find common ground.

Erin H. Fowler is trained in three different mediation certifications. They include general civil, domestic violence and domestic relations. Domestic relations covers the areas of family law, custody and child support. She is available to be retained to serve in this neutral capacity.

To Schedule An Initial Consultation, Call Today

To get started, all you have to do is contact a qualified attorney. Don’t wait any longer to get started. If you want to schedule an initial consultation, call our office in Cumming at 678-965-0271 today. You can also email us, and we will be in contact with you shortly.

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