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Brian Don Levy, Attorney at Law

MEDIATION

 

There are two types of Mediation involved in family law cases:

  1. Court-ordered mediation regarding custody; and
  2. Voluntary mediation.

Every party who has a dispute about custody or visitation in California must attend a mandatory custody mediation session at the courthouse. Custody and visitation disputes are now referred by the Court for mandatory counseling at "Conciliation Court" (within the Courthouse) prior to the Court hearing. If an Order to Show Cause is filed on your behalf, a copy will be given to you. Voluntary mediation may be used to resolve your entire dissolution and/or custody dispute, thus resulting in favorable results with significant cost savings as well as less strain on the children. Separation and divorce are among the most painful and disruptive events an individual and family can experience. The problems are both financial and emotional, deeply touching all members of the family. Mediation aims at reducing this tension, not increasing it. With the help of the mediator, couples negotiate their own settlement and learn the techniques for resolving future differences. Mediation is for couples who want to retain control over the decisions that affect their lives and either don't want their children caught in the middle, or don't want to air their grievances in a public courtroom.

Mediation is not just for couples who already know how to compromise. The Mediators show people how to work together productively in spite of their anger. Mr. Levy has successfully handled hundreds of mediations, undergone extensive training, is quite experienced and sensitive to your issues. He is available to mediate your divorce or custody dispute by appointment, either as an individual mediator, or in conjunction with a psychologist-mediator who work together as a team.

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