Most counties in South Carolina feature mandatory mediation for family law issues. York County is among those. Thus Fort Mill mediation is a process you will need to prepare yourself for. Luckily, our attorneys at Robert J. Reeves P.C. are here to guide you through mediation.

Why Fort Mill Mediation Matters

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The goal of Fort Mill mediation is to settle family law issues with minimal family court interference. This way, you will have more control over how you resolve your issues. This is the beauty of mediation. You and the other party have the ability to set terms and agree to areas such as divorce, custody, support, alimony, and property division.

At our firm, we pride ourselves on settling a majority of our family law cases in mediation. Rarely do we take a dispute to court. But, when we do, there is a good reason. So, you can rest assured that we will have your best interests at heart. We will not settle just because it is easier. We will only settle when we have a deal that you believe is fair.

So, do not make the mistake of disregarding the importance of mediation. Work with us, so that we can do our best to get you an agreement that is fair, without the court imposing its idea of “fair” on you.

How Mediation Works

At mediation, a neutral mediator will work with you and the other party. However, this does not mean that you should not have an attorney there to represent your rights and needs. Instead, a knowledgeable family law attorney can help ensure that you get the best agreement possible. And our family law attorneys will make sure that you understand what a good agreement for you would include. Thus, we will have you ready for mediation.

So, trust that our Fort Mill family law attorneys will represent you well during your Fort Mill mediation. Contact us today.