Not only does Cari mediate child custody and visitation disputes (i.e., the allocation of parental responsibilities) but she too can mediate economic issues ancillary to a divorce including but not limited to:
- Child support;
- Spousal maintenance; and,
- Equitable distribution.
Cari can mediate complex financial matters including disputes involving business interests (e.g., farms).
Cari books her mediation sessions at 2 hours each. As a general rule, it can take 2 to 5 mediation session to resolve a divorce, more if complex children or financial issues are involved. An advantage of mediation is that it can move as quickly or slowly as the parties decide.
Parties to a divorce mediation are encouraged to get a consulting attorney to answer any questions that they might have. The parties pay also choose to involve experts such as therapists, accountants, or business valuators upon mutual agreement.
Litigation is not the only option when it comes to divorce. To explore all your options, please contact Rincker Law today to book a consultation to see if mediation is right for you. Cari or another mediator on her team will discuss all the options to you.