Family Law Divorce Mediation Attorney – Atlanta
Not every divorce ends in a courtroom battle. In many cases, the issues related to divorce can be effectively resolved through mediation. In divorce mediation, separating partners work together, with the guidance of a mediator, to develop mutually acceptable terms for the divorce. This may require couples to address issues such as child custody, child support, alimony, and property division.
Deborah M. Lubin in Atlanta, Georgia, is a trained, certified mediator. Applying nearly twenty years of legal experience to our divorce mediation practice, Deborah M. Lubin is able to get to the heart of matters and solve seemingly difficult divorce matters.
For more information about the potential of mediating your family law dispute, contact our office today.
Is Compromise Possible?
Separating spouses can find common ground if both are willing to make concessions. Mediation is not about lawyers advising clients; it is about clients finding their own solutions with a mediator’s guidance. Clients can think about what they really want and how to prioritize their objectives.
Experienced Mediation Services
As a trained and certified mediator in Atlanta, Deborah M. Lubin has experience guiding clients to a place where compromise can happen and facilitating that compromise. Having been in practice for nearly twenty years, she draws from this experience to help divorce mediation clients resolve matters such as:
- Child custody and visitation
- Property division
- Child support
- Custody modification
- Support modification
For all legal matters, we provide personalized, attentive and responsive service. If you are considering divorce and want more information about using mediation to resolve your disputes, schedule a consultation today. You can contact us online or call our Atlanta law office at 404.816.7776.
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