Mediation

Looking for an alternative to a long drawn out divorce? Divorce Mediation is our specialty and designed specifically to reach better resolutions for both parties!

When it comes to divorce mediation Lillian Quinn, as a neutral third party, helps conflicting parties understand the law in regards to the family matter at hand. In a neutral and open environment, she assists parties to find mutually agreeable solutions outside of court.  People negotiate when a relationship is changing.  When there is a change, there needs to be an adjustment.  Mediation provides the chance for parties to come together and discuss issues without the threat of fighting it out in court.  Lillian, as a non hostile family law attorney, is suited towards this type of work.  She is well versed in family law and in addition to practicing for over 25 years, she has come across all types of issues with families and has creative solutions to offer.  As mediator, Lillian has no power to decide the issues for the parties but she provides an environment for respectful discussion.  Mediation is voluntary and each party must state their good faith intention to participate in the mediation.  It is understood between the parties and the mediator that the mediation will be strictly confidential.  Mediation discussions, any draft resolutions and any unsigned mediated agreements shall not be admissible in any court or other contested proceedings.  Each party agrees to fully and honestly disclose all relevant information so the discussion can move forward.  It is the goal of the mediator to allow the decision making be that of the parties.  The mediator is there to guide the discussion.  Unfortunately, mediation, being voluntary, does not always work and sometimes other options need to be explored.

Schedule your low cost consultation, for $75.00, with Lillian today (541) 318-8038 to learn more about divorce mediation and her non-confrontational approach to separation and divorce.  You and your family will benefit from this uniquely positive approach to a difficult and stressful situation.

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