MEDIATION SERVICES AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION SERVICES
S. Dixon Law Offices offers mediation services and conflict resolution services to help families resolve disputes and conflicts involving domestic relations matters. Not quite sure if divorce is right for you? Consider our mediation services.
What Is Mediation?
Mediation services are a type of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) where a neutral mediator assists parties in discussing issues confidentially. A mediator assists parties who are involved in a dispute to communicate with each other in order to reach an agreement that will satisfy the parties’ needs.
Who We Help?
Our Mediation Services are effective in resolving many types of domestic relations matters including but not limited to:
- Child Custody
- Child Visitation
- Child Support
- Spousal Support or Alimony
- Grandparents’ Rights
How Will Mediating Parties Protect Their Legal Rights?
Parties who are involved in domestic relations matters should know and understand their legal rights before agreeing to a settlement. If you are involved in mediation, it is often a good idea to consult an experienced family law attorney who understands mediation. Please remember that the mediator is a neutral party and cannot offer either party any legal advice. MEDIATION SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE IN OUR BUCKHEAD ATLANTA OFFICE.
How Much Does Mediation Cost?
The cost of a mediation session with me (Stephanie D. Dixon) is $200 upward an hour, depending on the case. The fee is split equally between the mediating parties. I am an experienced divorce and Family Law Attorney who also happens to be a registered domestic relations mediator in Georgia.
How Long Does Mediation Take?
Mediation usually takes less time than litigation. Some domestic relations matters can be mediated in one day. However, some parties involved in domestic relations matters meet for several mediation sessions on separate days over a course of a few days, weeks or even months.
Call S. Dixon Law Offices, LLC at 404.445.0028 to schedule a mediation session to resolve your family law issues in a mutually satisfactory manner.