Knowledgeable Indianapolis Divorce Mediator Provides Cost-Effective Solutions
As a retired family law attorney with more than 20 years of experience, Carol Romine has an in-depth understanding of Indiana family law. She has also seen firsthand how the contentious litigation process can disrupt the family unit and make co-parents enemies in court. Indiana Divorce Mediation LLC provides you with the opportunity to amicably resolve your divorce, create customized solutions for your family, and save time and money.
The Experience and Compassion You Need to Amicably Resolve Your Divorce Issues
Carol Romine has ample experience in the family law arena. In addition to more than 20 years as a divorce attorney, Carol is also a trained parent coordinator, experienced negotiator, and knowledgeable mediator. She can help you resolve the issues involved in your divorce, including:
- Property division
- Debt allocation
- Division of 401(k) plans, IRAs, and other retirement accounts
- Spousal support
- Child support
- Child custody
- Parenting plans
- Modifications to previous family court orders
Mediation has been proven to be a very efficient process that has successfully resolved legal issues even in the most contentious cases. Carol will use her in-depth knowledge of family laws and what has worked in practice to expertly guide you and the other party through the mediation process.
Benefits of Divorce Mediation
Mediation is particularly well-suited to resolving family law matters because it provides an even playing field for both parties to discuss their grievances in a supportive environment. A skilled mediator like Carol Romine can listen with compassion and understanding while also getting the parties to focus on how to achieve their best interests for the future.
Divorce mediation provides divorcing parties with the following benefits:
- A private setting to resolve legal issues
- Confidential terms where the parties can openly discuss matters
- A neutral environment
- The ability to divorce with dignity
- Cost savings by not having to hire a lawyer or significantly reducing legal costs
- The ability to access other professionals to help with the divorce process, such as psychologists or accountants
- A focus on what is best for your particular family and needs
- A supportive environment that encourages both parties to communicate and cooperate
- The ability to craft a fair, equitable, and legal agreement on your terms
- Greater satisfaction in the divorce settlement because you helped craft it
Contact a Skilled Indianapolis Divorce Mediator
If you are going through a divorce and want to shield your children from the bitter divorce process or want to resolve your legal issues in a dignified manner, Carol Romine can help. She will tap into her decades of experience in family law and her training in conflict resolution and enhanced communication to help you and your spouse reach a fair and agreeable settlement. Contact Indiana Divorce Mediation LLC by calling (317) 576-8403 or by completing our online contact form.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Online family mediations are like in-person mediations. You, the other party and the mediator meet virtually to discuss your family legal issue. The mediator helps you identify the underlying issues that need to be resolved, as well as your mutual interests of avoiding litigation and looking after your child’s best interest. The mediator may talk to you and the other party together at times or separately at other times. If you and the other party reach an agreement, the mediator draws it up in writing and you both sign it.
The most important things that you can bring with you to mediation are a willingness to compromise and flexibility. Mediation allows you to reach your agreement on your terms, so you can truly customize the agreement. You may also want to bring any documents that can help establish your position, such as payment records, court documents or photographs. Mediation can take a while to hammer out all the details, so also have snacks, bottled water and a form of entertainment available for when the mediator is talking to the other party.