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When people living in Columbus, Ohio find themselves in the middle of a divorce, they will likely want to know what they are entitled to under Ohio divorce law. Regardless of the reason for the divorce, everyone has rights under Ohio divorce law.

Litigation is a possibility under Ohio divorce law, but there are also other options that can not only provide permanent results, but can also be quicker and more cost. These can be pursued even if you don’t have a divorce lawyer.

One of these options is Ohio divorce mediation – a process that can be undertaken with or without lawyers.

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Ohio divorce mediation is a voluntary process that parties can engage in as an alternative to going to court.

Columbus divorce mediation works like this: the parties meet at a non-judicial location with a divorce mediator. With the assistance of the mediator, the parties begin to address their areas of disagreement. Anything can be discussed in divorce mediation.
While the divorce mediator is a legal professional with knowledge of Ohio family law, it is important that couples realize that the mediator does not and cannot represent or provide any legal advice to either party. However, parties need not have divorce attorneys to take part in Ohio divorce mediation.

Parties should also realize that there is a drastic difference between a mediator and a family court judge. A judge will not look for a compromise. The judge will decide what should be done and will order the parties to do it. The parties surrender all power to the judge.

If you want a cost effective and a peaceful alternative to litigation, contact Divorce Doctors toll free at 877-442-4733 and speak with one of our mediation professionals.

A divorce mediator can never order or force either party to take any action. Ever. In Columbus divorce mediation, the parties retain complete control over the outcome. Regardless of the issues, either party can say “no” to any proposal in mediation. While this may make for obstacles in Ohio divorce mediation, it is important that the parties retain control and that the mediator only guide and look for resolution.

At Divorce Doctors, this is how the process works: parties meet with a Divorce Doctor who is trained in Ohio divorce mediation. Together they work to settle the case. If either party wants a divorce lawyer there they are entitled to that, but a separate divorce lawyer is not necessary for Columbus divorce mediation.

With Divorce Doctors, it is possible to address every issue existing from your marriage: child support, property division, even alimony – all except the actual issue of divorce (you will still need a divorce lawyer for this). Divorce Doctors can also help by providing Columbus divorce mediation without either party risking anything should they later go to court. The process can save money and can be undertaken at any point in the divorce process.

The professionals who will conduct your divorce mediation are specially-trained – many of them divorce lawyers themselves – who understand the issues you will need to resolve.

If you are going through or are about to go through a divorce, consider Columbus Ohio divorce mediation. Let Divorce Doctors help you save time and money and work together to reach a peaceful divorce settlement.

For assistance with your divorce or divorce mediation contact Divorce Doctors today at 877-442-4733. We are here to help you.

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