Many people who seek help for their Family Law disputes come to the Law Office of Sheila L. Romell, S.C., in Wauwatosa, WI, for mediation services. Mediation is a very helpful alternative to litigation. In this process, the attorney works with all parties of a dispute to reach agreements. It is an excellent process for keeping emotions under control while all participants work together in a non-threatening environment, with the attorney directing the process.
Attorney Sheila L. Romell is an experienced WI Mediation Attorney, with over 28 years experience practicing Family Law. She graduated from Marquette University Law School in 1988, and immediately focused on helping others resolve family law issues. She has received highest honors from several industry ratings organizations, including being named as a Super Lawyer in Wisconsin each year since 2006.
This law office serves people from a broad area across the state of Wisconsin, including: Milwaukee, Brookfield, Delafield, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Cedarburg, New Berlin, Franklin, Wauwatosa, Greenfield, Menomonee Falls, West Bend, Oak Creek, Oconomowoc, Muskego, Milwaukee County, Waukesha County, Ozaukee County, Walworth County and Racine County.
Mediation is a legal process designed to help people work through their conflicts in a neutral setting, with participation guaranteed for all involved persons. In addition to being an excellent alternative to full courtroom litigation, Mediation is a cost-effective method of dispute resolution. Agreements can be reached quickly and with far less emotional stress and anger.
When people decide to get a divorce or separation, there are many legal issues to discuss that are important to each person. Mediation offers a non-combative atmosphere in which to resolve emotional issues like child custody, support, spousal maintenance, property division, visitation and other points that may be problematic. This is useful in a post-divorce situation also, as income and needs change over time. The participants can meet and modify prior agreements in this legally binding process.
Time, money, are emotional benefits are seen for most groups that enter mediation. This process is also used for settling financial disputes with creditors and others. Agreements can be fully discussed and ironed out together, which generally allows for solutions to be developed faster and with less expense involved than when the participants are in the midst of a litigation process.
To learn more about mediation and if it would suit your needs at this time, contact the Law Office of Sheila L. Romell, S.C., in Brookfield, WI. Call her now, at: (262)439-9400.